> We were thinking something like:
> "Gee, you can add UDFs to MySQL today by building an .so and telling
> MySQL to use it. Then it's available for queries. What if we did
> something similar that allowed a user to write `triggers' that could
> do fairly simple things on the server side."
> The specific thing we wanted initially was the ability for the server
> to send a multicast message when a particular update happened.
yah, i think we're all on the same wavelength here...
eek, i think i'd better include a sig this time, otherwise i'm just
some weird email address. :-)
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