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[pgAdmin III] #132: Use one of the new format for the graphical EXPLAIN

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Subject: [pgAdmin III] #132: Use one of the new format for the graphical EXPLAIN
Date: 2010-01-26 09:19:52
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#132: Use one of the new format for the graphical EXPLAIN
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 Reporter:  gleu       |       Owner:  dpage
     Type:  feature    |      Status:  new  
 Priority:  minor      |   Milestone:       
Component:  pgadmin    |     Version:  trunk
 Keywords:  querytool  |    Platform:  all  
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 Quote from Magnus:

 > Right. What I'd envision us doing is a simple
 > if (version < 9.0)
 >    run_old_explain_code();
 > else
 >    run_new_explain_code();
 >
 > and only the codepath for run_new_explain_code() - which would use a
 > machine format output - would have the implementation of any of these
 > new parameters.
 >
 > It would be slightly more work to get started since the new parser
 > needs to be done (hopefully there are classes that'll do 95% of that
 > for us already though), but not having to maintain manual parsing of
 > these new options should be a win in the long run.
 >
 > And eventually, some 5 years from now or so, we can retire the old
 > explain code because we no longer support pre-9.0 versions :D
 >

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