Andrew Dunstan <andrew(at)dunslane(dot)net> writes:
> I dug into it a bit and found that pltcl and plpython appear to use
> almost identical code, but only pltcl has this limitation documented.
> I'm inclined to say we should document this for plperl and plpython for
> stable releases and remove the limitation for all three for 8.3. I see
> that SQL level prepare calls regprocin() to resolve type names, so maybe
> we should that for the PLs when calling SPI_prepare as well.
I think parseTypeString() may be the thing to use. It's what plpgsql
regards, tom lane
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