On Thu, Jan 31, 2013 at 4:20 PM, Andrew Dunstan <andrew(at)dunslane(dot)net> wrote:
> On 01/31/2013 05:06 PM, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
>> On 1/10/13 6:42 PM, Andrew Dunstan wrote:
>>> This updated patch contains all the intended functionality, including
>>> operators for the json_get_path functions, so you can say things like
>>> select jsonval->array['f1','0','f2] ...
>> I would like to not create any -> operators, so that that syntax could
>> be used in the future for method invocation or something similar (it's
>> in the SQL standard).
> This is the first time I have heard that we should stay away from this. We
> have operators with this name in hstore, which is why I chose it.
> Have we officially deprecated '->'? I know we deprecated "=>", but I simply
> don't recall anything about '->'.
>> I also don't find the proposed use to be very intuitive. You invented
>> lots of other function names -- why not invent a few more for this
>> purpose that are clearer?
> I'm happy to take opinions about this, and I expected some bikeshedding, but
> your reaction is contrary to everything others have told me. Mostly they
> love the operators.
> I guess that '~>' and '~>>' would work as well as '->' and '->>'.
also hstore implements ->
quick off-topic aside: is colon (:) reserved for any purpose as an
operator in SQL?
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