On Mon, Apr 2, 2007 at 2:44 AM, Phil Currier <pcurrier(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> On 4/1/07, Guillaume Smet <guillaume(dot)smet(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> > Phil, did you make any progress with your patch? Your results seemed
> > very encouraging and your implementation interesting.
> > IIRC, the problem was that you weren't interested in working on the
> > "visual/mysqlish" column ordering. As the plan was to decouple column
> > ordering in three different orderings, I don't think it's really a
> > problem if your implementation doesn't support one of them (at least
> > if it doesn't prevent us from having the visual one someday).
> I haven't done much with it since February, largely because my
> available free time evaporated. But I do intend to get back to it
> when I have a chance. But you're right, the storage position stuff
> I've worked on is completely independent from display positions, and
> certainly wouldn't prevent that being added separately.
> > Is there any chance you keep us posted with your progress and post a
> > preliminary patch exposing your design choices? This could allow other
> > people to see if there are interesting results with their particular
> > database and workload.
> Yeah, I'll try to clean things up and post a patch eventually. And if
> anyone feels like working on the display position piece, let me know;
> perhaps we could pool our efforts for 8.4.
Did you make any progress on this cleanup? It seems like a good timing
to revive this project if we want it for 8.4.
Thanks for your feedback.
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