Marko Tiikkaja <pgmail(at)joh(dot)to> writes: > Courtesy of me, Christmas comes a bit early this year. I wrote a patch > which allows you to add STRICT into PERFORM and INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE > without specifying an INTO clause.
What is the use-case for this? Won't this result in the word STRICT becoming effectively reserved in contexts where it currently is not? (IOW, even if the feature is useful, I've got considerable doubts about this syntax for it. The INTO clause is an ugly, badly designed kluge already --- let's not make another one just like it.)