> Bruce Momjian <pgman(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us> writes:
> >> If you like I'll post the patch, but it strikes me as a waste of list
> >> bandwidth --- anyone who is likely to actually review it is perfectly
> >> capable of doing cvs diff for themselves ...
> > Posting patch is only useful if you want people to review it. They are
> > more likely to if you send it to patches, already diff'ed. In fact, how
> > do you pull out a patch set from CVS? You have to use -D and specify a
> > date/time range, right?
> That's a good point --- there doesn't seem to be any real easy way of
> extracting a set of changes to different files except to use -D. And
> even that doesn't do anything to separate unrelated patches applied at
> about the same time.
> For the record, you can get a diff of this kind with a command like
> cvs diff -c -D '2000-12-14 17:00' -D '2000-12-14 18:00'
> executed in the top level of the tree you want to search.
> regards, tom lane
Tom, do you have a plan to make a back patch for 7.0.3? I got a bug
report from a user with a script to reproduce the problem. Seems the
backend consumes infinite memory.
I don't want to recommend her to use 7.0.2 since it has a merge join
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