Michael Meskes wrote:
> On Fri, May 01, 2009 at 03:49:47PM +0300, Heikki Linnakangas wrote:
> > ECPG constructs internal struct names for VARCHAR fields using the field
> > name and line number it's defined on. In a contrived example, though,
> > that's not unique. Consider the following example:
> > ...
> > That hardly happens in practice, of course, but it's trivial to fix by
> > just adding some more salt to the struct name, like a simple counter, so
> > it seems we should.
> In principle you're right. However, the change needs to be added in several
> places like the internal variable structure that keeps the lineno anyway but
> needs to add the counter too. BTW we can remove the lineno then I think.
> Anyway, given that we are close to a release and the bug apparently never got
> up in a real life usage for years I'd prefer to not change it now but wait
> until the release has been done.
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