mysticmind-postgresembed - Postgres embedded server equivalent including extensions for

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This is a library for running a Postgres server embedded equivalent including extensions targeting Windows x64. This project also handles Postgres extensions very well with a neat way to configure and use it. This project uses the binaries published in Nuget package PostgreSql.Binaries.Lite. Note that this is a minimal set of binaries which can be quickly downloaded (less than 20MB) for use rather than the official downloads which are pegged at around 100MB.

https://github.com/mysticmind/mysticmind-postgresembed

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