The PGXN Client is a command line tool designed to interact with the PostgreSQL Extension Network allowing searching, compiling, installing, and removing extensions in a PostgreSQL installation or database.
Packages can be downloaded, installed, loaded specifying an URL (ticket #15). Added support for ``.tar`` files (ticket #17). Use ``gmake`` in favour of ``make`` for platforms where the two are distinct, such as BSD (ticket #14). Added ``--make`` option to select the make executable (ticket #16).
Release Notes: This release can deal with extensions whose Makefile is not directly available but is generated by the configure script, and fixes a bug when the Makefile is not in the project root (ticket #12).
Release Notes: This release fixes two issues reported with 1.0.1. It will correctly handle PostgreSQL identifiers to be quoted (ticket #10). It will not crash with a traceback if some external command is not found (ticket #11).
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that solves compatibility problems with Python 2.6 and Python 3.
Release Notes: The client is designed to be extensible, and the first extensions are already available (both to help the development of new extensions).
Release Notes: Lowercase search for distributions in the API (issue #3). A fix for handling of zip files not containing entries for the directory. More informative error messages when some item is not found on PGXN.