A command line tool to interact with the PostgreSQL Extension Network.
For example, to install the semver extension, the client can be invoked as:
$ pgxn install semver
which would download and compile the extension for one of the PostgreSQL servers hosted on the machine and:
$ pgxn load -d somedb semver
which would load the extension in one of the databases of the server.
The client interacts with the PGXN web service and a Makefile provided by the extension. The best results are achieved with makefiles using the PostgreSQL Extension Building Infrastructure; however the client tries to degrade gracefully in presence of any package hosted on PGXN.
- Documentation: https://pgxn.github.io/pgxnclient/
- Source repository: https://github.com/pgxn/pgxnclient
- Downloads: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pgxnclient/
- Discussion group: https://groups.google.com/group/pgxn-users/
Please refer to the files in the docs directory or online for instructions about the program installation and usage.
You can create a local development environment with:
virtualenv .venv source .venv/bin/activate pip install -e .[dev]
and run pytest to run the test suite.
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