Please find attached the complete patch for alter rename rule. I have
followed all the suggestions. Followings things are added in this updated
1) Disallow alter rename of ON SELECT rules.
2) Remove warning.
3) Varibles are lined up.
4) Used qualified_name instead of makeRangeVarFromAnyName.
5) Throw appropriate error if user tries to alter rename rule on irrelavent
6) Psql tab support added
7) Regression test cases added.
8) Documentation added.
On Mon, Jan 21, 2013 at 12:34 AM, Dean Rasheed <dean(dot)a(dot)rasheed(at)gmail(dot)com>wrote:
> On 3 January 2013 13:49, Ali Dar <ali(dot)munir(dot)dar(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> > Find attached an initial patch for ALTER RENAME RULE feature. Please note
> > that it does not have any documentation yet.
> I just got round to looking at this. All-in-all it looks OK. I just
> have a few more review comments, in addition to Stephen's comment
> about renaming SELECT rules...
> This compiler warning should be fixed with another #include:
> alter.c:107:4: warning: implicit declaration of function
> In gram.y, I think you can just use qualified_name instead of
> In RenameRewriteRule(), I think it's worth doing a check to ensure
> that the relation actually is a table or a view (you might have some
> other relation kind at that point in the code). If the user
> accidentally types the name of an index, say, instead of a table, then
> it is better to throw an error saying "xxx is not a table or a view"
> rather than reporting that the rule doesn't exist.
> I think this could probably use some simple regression tests to test
> both the success and failure cases.
> It would be nice to extend psql tab completion to support this too,
> although perhaps that could be done as a separate patch.
> Don't forget the docs!
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