Claudio Natoli wrote:
> [resurrecting this thread from the dead]
> Tom Lane wrote:
> > It's not mandated but we need to know why this platform acts
> > differently from the rest. The join failures look like it may be an issue
> > of the qsort() implementation acting differently for equal keys than most
> > Not sure whether the same applies to rules.
> Any "off the top of the head" ideas on how to confirm/test this? Or how to
> proceed otherwise?
Uh, I think you just add ORDER BY to the query and see if the output now
matches the regression test. If so, submit a patch to add the ORDER BY.
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