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A PostgreSQL Interface for Tcl

A Tcl interface to PostgreSQL databases, using PostgreSQL libpq

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pgtclng (PostgreSQL Tcl Next-Generation) is a loadable Tcl module for accessing PostgreSQL databases. It was forked from pgtcl in Feb 2004, moved to pgfoundy.org in Aug 2006 and to Sourceforge.net in Mar 2011. Its API is a superset of the pure-Tcl companion project pgintcl.

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  • Allows Tcl scripts to communicate with PostgreSQL database servers
  • Written in C as a loadable Tcl module (using "load" or "package require")
  • Released as both source code and a compiled (binary) DLL for Windows
  • Tested with Tcl-8.6, 8.5, and 8.4; PostgreSQL-9.3.0 and 9.2.x
  • Reference manual covers pgtclng and companion pure-Tcl project pgintcl
  • Compatible superset of original bundled Pgtcl with many extensions


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