Tom Lane wrote:
> I agree with Peter. There are a whole lot of include files that are
> needed by way more than 3 .c files, and yet are not folded into
> postgres.h. c.h is right out.
My concern is that when we start adding more probes (not just the
backend), we will have to add the following 5 lines in .c files that use
the Dtrace macros. This seems intrusive and messy to me instead of in a
centralized place like c.h. What are the disadvantages for keeping the
way it is now?
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