2011/3/18 Vaibhav Kaushal <vaibhavkaushal123(at)gmail(dot)com>:
> That was the question I was facing 5 months ago and trust me I am doing it
> even now. With an average of 6+ hours going into PostgreSQL Code, even with
> best practices (as suggested by the developers) I still think I know less
> than 10 percent. It is too huge to be swallowed at once.
> I too had to break it down into pieces and because everything is so
> interconnected with everything else, it is quite complicated in the
> beginning. Start with one piece; planner, parser, executor, storage
> management whatever and slowly it should help you get the bigger picture.
> I had to break it into
Thanks Vaibhav .
I have step into parser before but I meet a problem:
when I debug step in the scanner_init(), Eclipse always finds scan.l
and the excute order is not match the file.
I think it should be scan.c actually but I don't known how to trace
into scan.c :(
PS: I have turn "Search for duplicate source files" option on.
I have posted to the mail list, but it have not solved.
here is the link:
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