On Jul 31, 2010, at 11:00 AM, Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us> wrote:
> It's only been very recently that we had any useful stats capability
> that could apply in such situations (in fact I think we still haven't
> actually shipped a non-bogus version of tsvector typanalyze :-().
> So I'm not sure anyone would have realized they were missing something.
> But it would be nice to have this working in 8.4, and I'll be quite
> unhappy if we don't have it in 9.0.
> If people feel it's not too late for an ABI break in 9.0 then I'm
> willing to compromise on backpatching the "clean" fix. I'm not entirely
> convinced it's that much cleaner than the hack solution though.
I think this whole discussion is starting with the wrong premise. This is not a bug fix; therefore, it's 9.1 material. If anyone else had suggested slipping this into 9.0, let alone 8.4, we would have punted it in a heartbeat.
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