On tor, 2012-01-12 at 22:43 -0600, Joshua Berkus wrote:
> Compiling on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS AMD64 on a GoGrid virtual machine from 2012-01-12 git checkout.
> Patch applied fine.
> Docs are present, build, look good and are clear.
> Changes to gram.y required Bison 2.5 to compile. Are we requiring Bison 2.5 now? There's no configure check for it, so it took me quite a while to figure out what was wrong.
I can't reproduce that. I think there might be something wrong with
your installation. The same issue was reported for my COLLATION FOR
patch from the same environment.
> Make check passed. Patch has tests for rename constraint.
> Most normal uses of alter table ... rename constraint ... worked normally. However, the patch does not deal correctly with constraints which are not inherited, such as primary key constraints:
That appears to be because creating a primary key constraint does not
set pg_constraint.conisonly correctly. This was introduced recently
with noninherited check constraints.
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