I don't know what heppened to the original of this. Maybe it caught by
some filter because of the .tgz file. So instead of including it again I
have uploaded it to planetpostgresql. It can be got here:
Tom Lane wrote:
>Andrew Dunstan <andrew(at)dunslane(dot)net> writes:
>>Is that what you had in mind?
>Not entirely. We should move around the test sql script and the expected
>result file so that the file structure looks exactly like one of the
>test-enabled contrib modules. I realize that's a PITA to describe as a
>patch --- just tell me in words what to put where (ls -lR maybe) and
>it shall be so.
OK, here's what I have. The tgz file contains the sql and expected
directories for the 3 PLs, plus there's a patch for the makefiles. With
this the following would become redundant:
If you wanted to you could preserve history by moving and renaming the
sql files - I'm not sure it're really worth it.
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