Le 31/10/2010 09:44, Guillaume Lelarge a écrit :
> Le 31/10/2010 00:39, Dave Page a écrit :
>> On Sun, Oct 31, 2010 at 1:56 AM, Guillaume Lelarge
>> <guillaume(at)lelarge(dot)info> wrote:
>>> Le 30/10/2010 10:25, Dave Page a écrit :
>>>> Yeah, that's really nasty. I guess we need split the commands at ;.
>>> Yeah. If it's not between quotes. I don't like it at all, but I don't
>>> see another way of doing it.
>>>> I guess we should pass a flag down somehow to tell the function that
>>>> executes the query to do that and then we could also potentially get
>>>> rid of the double SQL boxes. I'm not looking at the code, but I
>>>> suspect that'll be nasty.
>>> We actually aren't required to add such a flag. We can check if the
>>> query contains "ALTER TYPE", and "ADD AFTER" or "ADD BEFORE".
>> That's knowledge I'd rather avoid hardwiring into the lower level
>> machinery here.
> So do I. I tried a few things yesterday. Changing the apply() and
> GetSql() parameters imply to change all GetSql for all dlg* source code.
> That will be quite an invasive patch.
I've done the "split-the-queries" function. Seems to work great, but
still doesn't cover dollar quoting. Anyway, it's less ugly than I
thought. The interesting part is dlgProperty::SplitQueries(). Would love
to get comments :)
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