Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases

From: Peter Bex
Subject: Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases
Date: ,
Msg-id: 20110727160706.GA20270@frohike.homeunix.org
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In response to: Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  ("Karsten Hilbert")
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Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  ("Karl Nack", )
 Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Darren Duncan, )
  Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (John R Pierce, )
   Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Darren Duncan, )
   Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Gavin Flower, )
    Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Chris Travers, )
     Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Gavin Flower, )
     Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Merlin Moncure, )
      Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Chris Travers, )
       Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Merlin Moncure, )
        Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Vincent Veyron, )
  Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  ("Karl Nack", )
 Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Alban Hertroys, )
  Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  ("Karl Nack", )
 Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Chris Travers, )
  Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (David Johnston, )
   Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  ("Karl Nack", )
  Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (David Johnston, )
   Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Chris Travers, )
  Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  ("Karl Nack", )
   Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  ("Karsten Hilbert", )
    Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Chris Travers, )
 Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Darren Duncan, )
  Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (David Johnston, )
 Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Chris Travers, )
  Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Chris Travers, )
  Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  ("Karl Nack", )
 Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Sim Zacks, )
  Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Chris Travers, )
   Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Sim Zacks, )
    Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Chris Travers, )
     Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Sim Zacks, )
      Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Chris Travers, )
 Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Frank Lanitz, )
  Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Pavel Stehule, )
   Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Frank Lanitz, )
  Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Sim Zacks, )
   Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Frank Lanitz, )
   Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Chris Travers, )
 Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Chris Travers, )
  Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Merlin Moncure, )
   Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Chris Travers, )
    Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  ("Karsten Hilbert", )
     Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Peter Bex, )
    Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  ("Karl Nack", )
  Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  ("Karl Nack", )
   Re: Implementing "thick"/"fat" databases  (Sim Zacks, )

On Wed, Jul 27, 2011 at 04:35:45PM +0200, Karsten Hilbert wrote:
> > I wonder which other languages have first class support for these areas of
> > Pg?
>
> While already supporting most if not all standard PG datatypes the
> psycopg2 interface lets you write in/out wrappers of arbitray
> complexity mapping PG <-> Python datatypes and insert them into
> the driver at runtime.

The same is true for the Chicken Scheme PostgreSQL egg.

Cheers,
Peter
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