On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 10:33 PM, Joseph Adams
> On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 6:39 PM, Stephen Frost <sfrost(at)snowman(dot)net> wrote:
>> Going just integer->money, with the "1" -> "$1.00", seems completely
>> reasonable to me. As for being too late in the cycle.. if someone's
>> willing to do the work, I can't imagine it breaking anything, so I
>> wouldn't be against putting it in. It really should be before the
>> first beta tho.
> Attached is a patch which enables casting int2/int4/int8 to money,
> with the same scaling as numeric uses. Hence, 1::money yields '$1.00'
Thanks for the patch, but I think you forgot to worry about overflow:
rhaas=# select 9223372036854775807::money;
> . The only other numeric types (other than oid, cardinal_number,
> etc.) that can't be casted directly to money are float4 and float8,
> and I suspect this is intentional.
> The patch includes tests, but does not update the documentation.
> Should the docs be updated where it reads "Values of the numeric data
> type can be cast to money. Other numeric types can be converted to
> money by casting to numeric first" ?
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