> On Sat, Sep 27, 2008 at 12:13 PM, Mark Mielke <email@example.com> wrote:
>> some parts of PostgreSQL are not performance bottlenecks, and they are
>> extremely complicated to write in C, and very easy to write in something
>> else common and simple (I've never used LUA myself?), I imagine it would be
>> acceptable to the community.
> As long as they can expose their interfaces using the standard PG
> function call interface, and use the documented SPI mechanism to talk
> to the rest of the back end. Stuff that hooks into undocumented or
> unstable parts of the code would be much less viable.
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I think that C is the best language for Postgresql. C++ has a little
thinks that make not good for performance.
Why people want to make more understable code touching the language?.
Simplify documentation for programmmers. Thats was the idea in the beggining.