Bruce Momjian <pgman(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us> writes:
> daveg wrote:
>> Could I suggest the reverse? That is, leave client statements alone and
>> mark server side ones specially. It seems to me that "client" is the "normal"
>> case and leaving it alone would be less intrusive.
> Uh, the problem is that we don't normally mark SQL queries, so marking
> only the server prepares and leaving the client prepares alone seems
Yesterday I was going to complain that this patch makes things more
obscure rather than less so. daveg's confusion seems to confirm my
feeling about it. I'll try to think of some wording I like better.
regards, tom lane
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