Perhaps move to _deadcode directory. That is usually what we do.
> As near as I can tell, there are four whole modules of dead code in
> src/backend/libpq/: be-dumpdata.c, be-pqexec.c, portal.c, portalbuf.c
> (plus some support code in tcop/dest.c). These provide functions called
> PQexec and PQfn, which apparently were once backend-side equivalents
> to the frontend-libpq functions of the same names, as well as a whole
> bunch of other code that may once have been shared with frontend-libpq,
> but is so no longer.
> The only externally referenced entry point to these modules is an
> undocumented SQL function "pqtest", which I strongly suspect no one
> is using.
> I am strongly inclined to rip all this stuff out, because it's buggy.
> I've already found memory-leak problems and dangling-global-pointer
> problems, and there are probably more. I'd say this code has been
> suffering from software rot for a long time.
> Does anyone remember what this code was for, or know a reason to keep it
> (and fix it) instead of ripping it out?
> regards, tom lane
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