On Jan 3, 2011, at 11:49 AM, Dimitri Fontaine wrote:
> "David E. Wheeler" <david(at)kineticode(dot)com> writes:
>> I rather doubt that "WRAPPER" will be accepted as a reserved word in the grammar.
> It's already in the grammar, and I didn't change its "level".
>>> dim=# create wrapper extension lo;
>>> CREATE EXTENSION
>> What happened to your UPGRADE from NULL idea?
> You upgrade an installed extension, right?
>>> The WRAPPER keyword meaning is that we're only creating the catalog
>>> entry, forcing version to NULL and not running the extension's script.
>>> This keyword looked like the best choice from existing ones in our
>>> grammar, please feel free to pick any other phrase here.
>> I don't see why it's necessary at all.
> Care to offer an alternative or go in any level of details about what
> you have in mind and how *exactly* you think it should work? I've not
> been offered psychic powers this Christmas, sorry…
That's what I understood your original "UPGRADE from NULL" being. Did I misread you?
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