On Fri, 28 Oct 2005, Christopher Kings-Lynne wrote:
> Grzegorz - it'd be great if you submitted documentation improvements :)
I don't see any GiST specific problem in Grzegorz's case.
> Grzegorz Jaskiewicz wrote:
>> Sorry for all this crap, this is bullocks.
>> reason was, one of internal functions didn't filled out length value, and
>> since the type is variable length, we had trouble.
>> Postgres wasn't copying anything, since length was 0, hence the NULL -
>> So here's little request. Could someone please put ASSERT somewhere that
>> would make it visible to ppl that are as stupid as me, and forgot to fill
>> that field out?
>> Would be great, me myself I have no idea where it should go really.
>> Thanks again.
>> p.s.. yeah, good docs on gist are still missing, I mean tutorial, or
>> really really good docs.
>> I have to thank here to AndrewSN for all the help, and have enough
>> patience to help me, even through I sometimes ask too many stupid
>> questions, or simply try to do stuff my way, rather than use his very good
>> suggestions. Thank You.
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