In gram.y we have a new check_option_list nonterminal. This is mostly
identical to explain_option_list, except that the option args do not
take a NumericOnly (only opt_boolean_or_string and empty). I wonder if
it's really worthwhile having a bunch of separate productions for this;
how about we just use the existing explain_option_list instead and get
rid of those extra productions?
elog() is used in many user-facing messages (errors and notices). Full
ereport() calls should be used there, so that messages are marked for
translations and so on.
Does the patched pg_dump work with older servers?
I don't like CheckFunction being declared in defrem.h. It seems
completely out of place there. I don't see any better place though, so
I'm thinking maybe we should have a new header file for it (say
commands/functions.h; but we already have executor/functions.h so
perhaps it's better to find another name). This addition means that
there's a distressingly large number of .c files that are now getting
dest.h, which was previously pretty confined.
Álvaro Herrera <alvherre(at)commandprompt(dot)com>
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