On Fri, 25 Feb 2000, Jan Wieck wrote:
> there was discussion about readding the lztext type for
> internal use in pg_rewrite for 7.0, then remove it again once
> we have TOAST.
> Was because significant growth of the rule plan strings due
> to other changes can cause views/rules to be rejected by 7.0,
> that easily worked with 6.5.
> I've reconstructed the entire lztext type now from CVS, could
> reapply changes and reactivate deleted files from ./Attic.
> Will work on a NOTICE/ERROR message now, preventing users to
> use it in their schemas.
> But it requires an initdb and we're in BETA. So I better ask
> if someone complains.
this close to the beginning of beta, I would say go for it ... the
benefits of doing so, as I undesrtand it, *far* outweighs the disadvantage
of requiring an initdb ...
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