Andrew Dunstan <andrew(at)dunslane(dot)net> writes:
> Tom Lane wrote:
>> So I think attaching a precedence to the GENERATED keyword is dangerous.
> Especially when we have a good workaround which would just require use
> of () around certain postfix-operator expressions.
Yeah, I'm leaning to the idea that removing postfix operators from
b_expr is the least bad solution.
One thing that would have to be looked at is the rules in ruleutils.c
for suppressing "unnecessary" parentheses when reverse-listing
parsetrees. It might be safest to just never suppress them around a
regards, tom lane
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