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Re: MySQL and PostgreSQL
I've been working on bringing the PostgreSQL port up to date with 6.5.1.
It does the optional support for Tcl/Tk (tested with PGaccess) and ODBC
(untested). It doesn't install man pages yet. I ran the regression tests
and they are OK on i386, except for lots of round-off errors in float8 and
I don't know about "best" but I chose PostgreSQL because the license is
less restrictive, and it appears to handle large databases better.
However, I am not an authority on databases.
I will try to commit my changes some time this weekend but I'm a bit
worried because it's my first port. It helps that many people have been
Louis Bertrand http://www.bertrandtech.on.ca/
Bertrand Technical Services, Bowmanville, ON, Canada
OpenBSD: Secure by default. http://www.openbsd.org/
On Sat, 21 Aug 1999, Paolo Di Francesco wrote:
> I would know if the latest versions of mySQL and postgreSQL
> (mysql-3.22.25 and postgreSQL-6.5.1) compile under OpenBSD ports.
> Another question: which is best? MySQL or PostgreSQL?
> Ciao Ciao
> Paolo Di Francesco
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