On 10/09/2012 11:09 AM, Simon Riggs wrote:
> On 9 October 2012 09:33, Sébastien Lardière <slardiere(at)hi-media(dot)com> wrote:
>> With the help of Cédric, here's a patch changing the TRUNCATE TABLE
>> command, adding the IF EXISTS option to allow the presence in the list
>> of tables of a missing or invisible table.
>> This meets the needs of scripts that should be run in different stages,
>> and do not always have the same visibility on the tables, as well as
>> DROP TABLE. Rather than rollback the entire TRUNCATE or transaction, we
>> prefer to ignore the absence of the table.
>> It is a small patch which changes very little code, but that could be
>> quite useful.
> Patch looks fine, but please observe the coding standards wrt nested brackets.
> Will apply in 48 hours barring objections.
> Anyone want to check for any other missing IF EXISTS capability in other DDL?
Indeed, brackets was not correct, it's better now (I think), and correct
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