> > > Most problems where code that used RelationGetPhysicalRelationName
> > > when they it should use RelationGetRelationName. In several cases,
> > > the code assumed RelationGetPhysicalRelationName handed them a
> > > pointer to rd_rel->relname, which they copy into! I substituted
> > > RelationGetRelationName for all these cases.
> > Please send in a patch on those if they need to be corrected, OK?
> Once I'm sure it's the Right Thing To Do, I will. That's probably
> the only clean part of the ugly hack I've done so far.
I was just really interested in places where
RelationGetPhysicalRelationName() and RelationGetRelationName() where
called incorrectly. That can go into 7.0.
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