On Tue, 2011-02-08 at 15:10 -0500, Chris Browne wrote:
> It's more than a bit sad... The RangeType change has the massive merit
> of enabling some substantial development changes, where we can get rid
> of whole classes of comparison clauses, and hopefully whole classes of
> range errors. That was my favorite would-be feature for 9.1.
I appreciate the support.
If you take the feature for a quick spin before the next commitfest,
that would be a big help. If I get it in the first commitfest of 9.2
that may mean some follow-up features, like RANGE KEYs/FKs, and maybe
even RANGE JOIN might have a chance for 9.2 as well. Or, maybe some
other features might find it useful, like partitioning or audit logs.
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