David Wheeler wrote:
> On Thursday, May 29, 2003, at 02:00 AM, Dominic Mitchell wrote:
>> One more thing for the change log: notice messages generated by the
>> database now use the perl warning mechanism instead of going to
>> stderr, so they can be trapped if needed.
> Oh, sweet! How did you do that? I've been doing this to catch them:
> <hack caveat="ugly">
> open STDERR, "| perl -ne 'print unless /: NOTICE: /'"
> or die "Cannot pipe STDERR: $!\n";
Just hook up the existing libpq function PQsetNoticeProcessor() to a
XS's warn in dbdimp.c. It's about 5 lines of code. I don't know
whether it's 100% correct (I'm no XS guru), but it Works For Me[tm].
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