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snowball release

Peter Eisentraut-6
Snowball has made a release!  With a tag!

I have prepared a patch to update PostgreSQL's copy.  (not attached
here, 566230 bytes, but see
https://github.com/petere/postgresql/commit/52a6133b58c77ada4210a96e5155cbe4da5e5583)

Since we last updated our copy from their commit date 2019-06-24 and the
release is from 2019-10-02, the changes are pretty small and mostly
reformatting.  But there are three new stemmers: Basque, Catalan, Hindi.

I think some consideration could be given for including this into PG13.
Otherwise, I'll park it for PG14.

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Re: snowball release

Tom Lane-2
Peter Eisentraut <[hidden email]> writes:
> Snowball has made a release!  With a tag!
> I have prepared a patch to update PostgreSQL's copy.

Yeah, this was on my to-do list as well.  Thanks for doing it.

> I think some consideration could be given for including this into PG13.
> Otherwise, I'll park it for PG14.

Meh, I think v14 at this point.  It looks more like new features
than bug fixes.

                        regards, tom lane


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Re: snowball release

Oleg Bartunov-3


On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 5:11 PM Tom Lane <[hidden email]> wrote:
Peter Eisentraut <[hidden email]> writes:
> Snowball has made a release!  With a tag!
> I have prepared a patch to update PostgreSQL's copy.

Yeah, this was on my to-do list as well.  Thanks for doing it.

+1
 

> I think some consideration could be given for including this into PG13.
> Otherwise, I'll park it for PG14.

Meh, I think v14 at this point.  It looks more like new features
than bug fixes.


I would vote for including these new languages. There is no risk to let people try and test them.
 
                        regards, tom lane




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