Package postgresql-devel

PostgreSQL development header files and libraries

http://www.postgresql.org/

The postgresql-devel package contains the header files and libraries
needed to compile C or C++ applications which will directly interact
with a PostgreSQL database management server. It also contains the ecpg
Embedded C Postgres preprocessor. You need to install this package if you want
to develop applications which will interact with a PostgreSQL server.

General Commands
Command Description
ecpg embedded SQL C preprocessor
pg_config retrieve information about the installed version of PostgreSQL
Library Functions
Library Function Description
SPI_connect connect a procedure to the SPI manager
SPI_copytuple make a copy of a row in the upper executor context
SPI_cursor_close close a cursor
SPI_cursor_fetch fetch some rows from a cursor
SPI_cursor_find find an existing cursor by name
SPI_cursor_move move a cursor
SPI_cursor_open set up a cursor using a statement created with SPI_prepare
SPI_cursor_open_with_args set up a cursor using a query and parameters
SPI_cursor_open_with_paramlist set up a cursor using parameters
SPI_exec execute a read/write command
SPI_execp execute a statement in read/write mode
SPI_execute execute a command
SPI_execute_plan execute a statement prepared by SPI_prepare
SPI_execute_plan_with_paramlist execute a statement prepared by SPI_prepare
SPI_execute_with_args execute a command with out-of-line parameters
SPI_finish disconnect a procedure from the SPI manager
SPI_fname determine the column name for the specified column number
SPI_fnumber determine the column number for the specified column name
SPI_freeplan free a previously saved prepared statement
SPI_freetuple free a row allocated in the upper executor context
SPI_freetuptable free a row set created by SPI_execute or a similar function
SPI_getargcount return the number of arguments needed by a statement prepared by SPI_prepare
SPI_getargtypeid return the data type OID for an argument of a statement prepared by SPI_prepare
SPI_getbinval return the binary value of the specified column
SPI_getnspname return the namespace of the specified relation
SPI_getrelname return the name of the specified relation
SPI_gettype return the data type name of the specified column
SPI_gettypeid return the data type OID of the specified column
SPI_getvalue return the string value of the specified column
SPI_is_cursor_plan return true if a statement prepared by SPI_prepare can be used with...
SPI_keepplan save a prepared statement
SPI_modifytuple create a row by replacing selected fields of a given row
SPI_palloc allocate memory in the upper executor context
SPI_pfree free memory in the upper executor context
SPI_prepare prepare a statement, without executing it yet
SPI_prepare_cursor prepare a statement, without executing it yet
SPI_prepare_params prepare a statement, without executing it yet
SPI_register_relation make a ephemeral named relation available by name in SPI queries
SPI_register_trigger_data make ephemeral trigger data available in SPI queries
SPI_repalloc reallocate memory in the upper executor context
SPI_returntuple prepare to return a tuple as a Datum
SPI_saveplan save a prepared statement
SPI_scroll_cursor_fetch fetch some rows from a cursor
SPI_scroll_cursor_move move a cursor
SPI_unregister_relation remove an ephemeral named relation from the registry