>Tatsuo Ishii wrote:
>> While investigating a user's complaint, I have found some memory
>> destructions in 6.4 source using purify.
>> (1) parser/gram.y:fmtId()
>> It writes n+3 bytes into n+1 byte-long memory area if mixed case or
>> non-ascii identifiers given.
>Could that be also the cause for the two bugs that I have been reported
>some time ago occuring when object names contain spaces ?
>PostgreSQL 6.4 on RedHat Linux i386, 2.0.36 Kernel
>THE FIRST ONE
>test=>create table students (id int4, name text);
>test=> create view "my view" as select * from students;
>test=> select * from "my view";
>ERROR: nodeRead: Bad type 0
>THE SECOND ONE
>test=> create sequence student_id;
>test=> create table "my students" (id int4 default
>nextval('student_id'), name text);
>ERROR: my: Table does not exist.
Sorry, but my patches seem not to fix your problems.
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