On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 19:21:41 -0500 (EST), Bruce Momjian
> > The CVS-tip implementation is fundamentally broken and won't work even
> > for our internal uses. I've not wasted time complaining about it
> > because I thought we were going to replace it. If we can't find a
> > usable replacement then we're going to have to put a lot of effort
> > into fixing what's there. On the whole I think the effort would be
> > better spent importing someone else's solution.
> Oh, so our existing implementation doesn't even meet our needs. OK.
Which made me wander why did I not aggree with
Tom Lane's suggestion to make do three passes
instead of two. Tom was right, as usual. It happened to
be much easier than I expected. The patch is attached.
Tom, what do you think? Will it be fine with you?
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