> Bruce Momjian writes:
> > Good idea on telling you of each change, but I also recommend that every
> > time you update the ecpg grammer, you save a copy the gram.y that you
> > used to do it, so later when you need to get it back in sync, you can do
> > a diff on the old and new one to see each change so you don't miss any.
> Tom had the same idea. I wonder if you ever used that before. :-)
> Anyway, this is no doubt a very good idea. Thanks.
I believe I suggested it to the OpenLink people who mirror our libpq
changes, and to the person who keeps the Japanese version of the FAQ.
Really the only way to do it.
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