> Alex Guryanow <gav(at)nlr(dot)ru> writes:
> > my-db=> DROP FUNCTION lower(varchar);
> > ERROR: RemoveFunction: function "lower" is built-in
> You can get rid of it by deleting the pg_proc tuple directly. I wonder
> though whether RemoveFunction isn't being overly protective --- is there
> any good reason not to allow people to delete built-in functions?
> Obviously you have only yourself to blame if you delete integer equals
> or something equally critical ;-) ... but there are a boatload of
> built-ins that are by no means critical. Comments anyone?
I would throw a notice and keep going. Should I commit the change?
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