On Tue, Mar 04, 2003 at 11:04:03PM -0500, Tom Lane wrote:
> There is still barely enough time to do the long-threatened protocol
> revision for 7.4, if we suck it up and get started on that now. I've
> been avoiding the issue myself, because it seems generally boring and
> thankless work, but maybe it's time to face up to it?
Given the repeatedly-asked-for functionalities (like error codes)
for which the stopper has been the long-threatened protocol revision,
I'd think it might be boring, but would hardly be thankless. Heck, I'd
expect a few whoops of joy around the lists.
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