> I am curious though. Did you apply the patch, mentioned below, to
> your latest 6.4 tree? This patch should have been already part of
> the latest 6.4. And, to my knowledge, it was already applied
> completely and successfully.
I did my final tests using a fresh cvs tree two days ago just before
committing my big "patch wad". In the last two or three weeks I did have
a "merge problem" with my patches in the resjunk area, which might have
been the patches you are talking about.
> Now that I think of it, though, this version of the patch does not
> include the new "output" and "sql" files necessary for the regression
> test. In any case, I should clean that up.
I am in the process of renaming and moving the "resjunk" test to
"select_implicit". Will try to commit the changes this morning so it is
available to you.
At the moment, all regression tests (except "random") pass on my Linux
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