I'd like to take a whack at making set-returning functions returning
SETOF RECORD a little more fun to use. Let's imagine that we have a
table foo and a function returning SETOF RECORD that can return foos.
The call might look something like:
SELECT a, b, c
FROM f(ROW OF foo)
This would make it much easier and less error-prone to use SETOF
Would others like to see such a feature?
If so, what pieces of the code would I be touching for the first
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