PostgreSQL Tcl Interface Next-Generation (pgtclng) is an implementation of the PostgreSQL Tcl interface. It started as a fork of the pgtcl project in 2004. Its goal is to offer a stable, well-tested, and well-documented Tcl extension for using PostgreSQL databases.
The pgtclng project (PostgreSQL Tcl Interface-NG) has been moved from pgfoundry.org to its new home at http://sourceforge.net/projects/pgtclng/
Release Notes: This version adds new commands and command options to support 64-bit large object offsets, new database connection string forms, and new error field retrieval codes. It was tested with PostgreSQL 9.3.0 and Tcl 8.6 as well as older versions. An updated reference manual has also been released.
Release Notes: This version adds 2 new commands and a new -pid option to pg_listen, and fixes building with Tcl-8.6(beta). It was tested with PostgreSQL 9.1.0 as well as older versions. An updated reference manual has also been released.
Release Notes: This version adds a new feature for retrieving query results as a Tcl-8.5 dictionary.
Release Notes: This release adds one new feature for PostgreSQL 9.0: the ability to use a payload string with notification messages.
Release Notes: This version adds a Makefile for MinGW and includes a fix for building with older versions of PostgreSQL.