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Re: stored procedures external languages


The project is very interesting. I had a lot of problems while compiling it on a Debian machine (I had 5.* installed from tarball). Including that UDF by default would be a great idea. But a UDF is not a stored procedure, so I don't consider it as a replacement for external languages support.


Gio 23/7/15, Rhys.Campbell@xxxxxxxxxxxx <Rhys.Campbell@xxxxxxxxxxxx> ha scritto:

 Oggetto: RE: [Maria-discuss] stored procedures external languages
 A: federico_raz@xxxxxxxx, maria-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
 Data: Giovedì 23 luglio 2015, 08:42
 Someone told me that
 MariaDB people expressed an interest in including this in a
 future release during a recent conference...
 From: Maria-discuss
 On Behalf Of Federico Razzoli
 Wednesday, July 22, 2015 10:54 PM
 To: maria-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
 Subject: [Maria-discuss] stored procedures
 external languages
 I remember these slides
 and this worklog about supporting external languages for
 stored procedures:
 * http://www.slideshare.net/AntonyTCurtis/external-stored-proceduresformysql2009
 * http://www.slideshare.net/AntonyTCurtis/a-tour-of-external-language-stored-procedures-for-my-sql-presentation
 * https://dev.mysql.com/worklog/task/?id=820
 As far as I can guess from the
 slides, there has been some active work on this idea, and
 some working code. I hoped so badly that I could see this in
 5.x, and then in10.0, and then in 10.1. Is there any chance
 to see this feature in a future release, or should I just
 stop waiting?
 consider all the benefits that would come from this: using a
 "real" language, using existing libraries, getting
 rid of almost all current stored procedures
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