On 02/02/2011 11:45 AM, Tim Bunce wrote:
>> But why are we bothering to keep $prolog at
>> all any more, if all we're going to pass it is&PL_sv_no all the
>> time? Maybe we'll have a use for it in the future, but right now we
>> don't appear to unless I'm missing something.
> PostgreSQL::PLPerl::NYTProf would break if it was removed, so I'd rather
> it wasn't.
> I could work around that if there's an easy way for perl code to tell
> what version of PostgreSQL. If there isn't I think it would be worth
Not really. It might well be good to add but that needs to wait for
another time. I gather you're plugging in a replacement for mkfunc?
For now I'll add a comment to the code saying why it's there.
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