Tom Lane wrote:
> Gaetano Mendola <mendola(at)bigfoot(dot)com> writes:
>>I think a warning is missing if I create a table without OIDS that
>>inherits from a table with oids:
>>don't you think a warning shall to be raised here ?
> Nope ... this is not different from the behavior for merging duplicate
> column definitions. You get an OID column if the child table definition
> *or* any parent table requests OIDs.
Mmm, you are not convincing me, don't we break the principle of minor surprise?
I mean if you duplicate a column name that column is present on the inherited
table, but if I say: I don't want the column OID and I found it, this then
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