Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
>> Will anyone object if I make CLOBBER_FREED_MEMORY defined by default
>> until 7.1 release is near?
> I've been thinking that we need a configure option for this sort of stuff,
> which would result in
> #define MEMORY_DEBUG 1
> #define LOCK_DEBUG 1
> #define FOO_DEBUG 1
> #undef IPC_DEBUG
Not unreasonable, though it would tend to encourage use of short,
hard-to-understand names for debug options :-(. We could live with
that as long as there were adequate documentation about what each
option does in config.h.in.
If you wanna do it then I'd suggest folding cassert into the same
Last night I rearranged config.h.in so that the configure-driven symbols
are more clearly separated from the non-configurable symbols, and I also
separated out the debug symbols from the feature/limit symbols. Should
make a good starting point for seeing what needs to be dealt with.
Unfortunately the existing debug symbols were mostly undocumented, and
I didn't take the time to dig to see what they do ... if anything ...
regards, tom lane
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