On Tue, Dec 28, 2010 at 2:39 PM, Joel Jacobson <joel(at)gluefinance(dot)com> wrote:
> I think you are right about functions (and aggregates) being the only
> desc-type where two objects can share the same name in the same schema.
> This means the problem of dumping objects in different order is a very
> limited problem, only affecting overloaded functions.
> I didn't include the arguments in the file name, as it would lead to very
> long file names unless truncated, and since the problem is very limited, I
> think we shouldn't include it. It's cleaner with just the name part of the
> tag in the file name.
Why not place all overloads of a function within the same file? Then,
assuming you order them deterministically within that file, we sidestep the
file naming issue and maintain useful diff capabilities, since a diff of the
function's file will show additions or removals of various overloaded
- David T. Wilson
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