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Revision history for Perl extension PGXN::Site
0.7.5
+ - Updated links in the About page.
0.7.4 2011-05-18T17:54:32
- The router tests are now skipped if PGXN::API::Searcher is not
@@ -6,14 +6,14 @@ PGXN, the PostgreSQL Extension network, is a central distribution system for ope
[PGXN Manager](http://manager.pgxn.org/)
: An upload and distribution infrastructure for extension developers.
-[PGXN API](http://api.pgxn.org/)
+[PGXN API](http://github.com/pgxn/pgxn-api/wiki/)
: A centralized index and API of distribution metadata.
[PGXN Search](/)
: This site, for searching extensions and perusing their documentation.
-[PGXN Client](http://github.com/theory/pgxn-client/)
-: A command-line client for downloading, testing, and installing extensions (planned).
+[PGXN Client](http://pgxnclient.projects.postgresql.org/)
+: A command-line client for downloading, testing, and installing extensions.
The network currently consists of:
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[PL/Proxy](http://pgfoundry.org/projects/plproxy/),
[Golconde](http://code.google.com/p/golconde/),
[pgmemcache](http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pgmemcache/),
-and more. Especially with the formal support for extensions [coming in 9.1.0](http://developer.postgresql.org/pgdocs/postgres/extend-extensions.html "PostgreSQL 9.1.0 Documentation: “Packaging Related Objects into an Extension”"), PostgreSQL today is not merely a database, it’s an application development platform. However, many of these extensions are virtually unknown even among experienced users because they are hard to find.
+and more. Especially with the formal support for extensions [coming in 9.1.0](http://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.1/static/extend-extensions.html "PostgreSQL 9.1.0 Documentation: “Packaging Related Objects into an Extension”"), PostgreSQL today is not merely a database, it’s an application development platform. However, many of these extensions are virtually unknown even among experienced users because they are hard to find.
PGXN solves the “hard to find” issue by providing centralized listings and searchable documentation for PostgreSQL extensions. Here you can easily search through extensions, browse their documentation, and download and install those that fill your needs. The site is structured to maximize the ability to find appropriate extensions and their documentation through search engines. Our hope is that the high visibility of PostgreSQL’s extensibility and the array of available extensions will drive PostgreSQL adoption by new users and application developers, expanding our community and ensuring another 10 years of the PostgreSQL Project.

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