> > Seems like it would be a nice minor release item, but the problem is
> > that minor releases aren't tested as much as major ones. How confident
> > are you in the code? What do others thing?
> I regression tested it, and did additional tests in the
> SPI/PL area. It works. It only touches the parser and the
> executor. Rules, planner/optimizer just bypass the values in
> the parsetree. The parser and the executor are parts of
> Postgres I feel very familiar with (not so in the optimizer).
> I trust in the code and would use it in a production
> It's below.
Haven't forgotten about this. Planned for the first minor release after
6.4. Hopefully I will have a cnf'ify/OR/palloc fix by then too.
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