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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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    • Sorry, couldn't get my keyboard to work; guess I could use a new one. :-)

      Is there an extproc_php? It may be of no interest to this community, but it seems worth adding to your list of languages; maybe you can extproc them all. :-)

      • I don't think there is any such module available for Oracle, although there has been a beta release of a plPHP extension for Postgres - Details are available here [commandprompt.com].
      • Keyboard, eh? I just thought you were drunk... ;-) The significance of extproc_parrot is that any language that can be targeted to parrot can be embedded in Oracle. So if someone targets PHP to parrot, it should just work. I know some Ruby people were interested in an extproc_ruby, and this is one way to do something like that. Things like callbacks (accessing the calling database from your code) need to be patched in like I do with DBD::Oracle, but that's fairly trivial.