Hello and Welcome,
We are excited to announce the very first release of IvorySQL. The only open source Oracle compatible PostgreSQL.
IvorySQL at Glance
IvorySQL is Apache 2.0 licensed Open Source Oracle compatible PostgreSQL. The very first release of IvorySQL is derived
from PostgreSQL 14 with a firm commitment to always remain 100% compatible and a Drop-in replacement of the latest PostgreSQL.
IvorySQL adds a compatible_db GUC on top of existing standard PostgreSQL configuration parameters. The “compatible_db” is
a toggle switch to switch between Oracle and PostgreSQL compatibility modes. Another major highlight of IvorySQL is
PL/iSQL procedural language that supports oracle’s PL/SQL syntax. These two additions sit at the core of Oracle compatibility
of IvorySQL without breaking the standard PostgreSQL compatibility. The “compatible_db” switches the behaviour of functions
and objects that exist in both Oracle and PostgreSQL and acts differently, while PLISQL builds the foundation for running the
Oracle code on IvorySQL with minimal changes.
IvorySQL 1.0 comes with numerous Oracle compatibility features including Oracle style PACKAGES, data types, and
conversion functions. For details of Oracle compatibility features in IvorySQL 1.0 refer to
IvorySQL documentation https://www.ivorysql.org/docs/intro
We are committed to following the principles of the open source way
IvorySQL is committed to abiding by the principles of open-source ways https://opensource.com/open-source-way and we strongly
believe in building a healthy and inclusive community. We maintain that good ideas can come from anywhere, and the best ideas
should win. Only by including diverse perspectives, we can reach the best decision. While the first version of IvorySQL is mainly
focused on Oracle Compatibility features, going forward the future road map and feature set will be determined by the community
in an open-source way.
Contributing to the IvorySQL
There are plenty of ways to contribute to IvorySQL. You can contribute by providing the documentation updates, by providing the
translations for the documentation. If you have design skills you can contribute to the IvorySQL website project.
Testing the IvorySQL and reporting issues or by issuing pull requests for bug fixes or new features or answering the questions
on mailing lists are some ways to contribute to the IvorySQL project and all types of contributions are welcomed and appreciated
by the IvorySQL community.
All IvorySQL related projects, including database server, website, and documentation are hosted and managed through Github.
You can download the source code or released packages and track the current issues, pull requests, and discussions through
the IvorySQL Github page https://github.com/IvorySQL/.
Visit http://www.ivorysql.org/ for project documentation and contribution guidelines.
Download the https://github.com/IvorySQL/IvorySQL/releases/tag/Ivory_REL_1_0
Join the IvorySQL community by subscribing to https://lists.ivorysql.org/postorius/lists/ and don't forget to give us a star on https://github.com/IvorySQL/IvorySQL
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