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plpgsql.so?

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Hmmm, I've always used plpgsql.so (also formerly known
as libplpgsql.so, I think...) as in:

CREATE FUNCTION plpgsql_call_handler () RETURNS language_handler
AS '/usr/lib/plpgsql.so', 'plpgsql_call_handler'
LANGUAGE c;

CREATE TRUSTED PROCEDURAL LANGUAGE plpgsql HANDLER
plpgsql_call_handler;

but a system I recently upgraded to RH 9 RPMS doesn't seem to
have this library - and the www.postgresql.org search engines
don't find any references to plpgsql.so at all.

Is there some other library that now provides access to plpgsql?

Thanks!
Steve

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