Dimitri Fontaine <dimitri(at)2ndQuadrant(dot)fr> writes:
> What about adding that into src/tools/editors/pgsrc.el?
Of course after having used it some more, I fixed a bug and added a
function to start from the readfunc node name rather than the enum node
number in the interactive calls.
Please find attached a newer version of the pgsrc.el file, in case it is
to get included. Also note that it's possible to just use those read
M-x pgsrc:get-node-name RET 718 RET
Node 718 is T_DropStmt.
M-x pgsrc:get-node-number RET COLUMNDEF RET
Node COLUMNDEF is 917 in enum NodeTag.
Also, the code generated is not handling the more complex case, for
example I had to adapt of rewrite some nodes (the constraint reading is
not something easy to generate from a script). But even with such
limitations, I still find the tool helping a lot.
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