2017-01-16 23:51 GMT+01:00 Alvaro Herrera <alvherre(at)2ndquadrant(dot)com>:
> which is going to heavily change how the executor works in this area, I
> am returning this patch to you again. I would like a few rather minor
> 1. to_xmlstr can be replaced with calls to xmlCharStrdup.
I checked this idea, and it doesn't look well - xmlCharStrdup created xml
string in own memory - and it should be explicitly released with xmlFree().
In this case is more practical using PostgreSQL memory context - because
this memory is released safely in exception. I can rename this function to
more conventional pg_xmlCharStrndup. This function can be used more time in
> 2. don't need xml_xmlnodetostr either -- just use xml_xmlnodetoxmltype
> (which returns text*) and extract the cstring from the varlena. It's
> a bit more wasteful in terms of cycles, but I don't think we care.
> If we do care, change the function so that it returns cstring, and
> have the callers that want text wrap it in cstring_to_text.
done - it is related to not too often use case, and possible slowdown is
> 3. have a new perValueCxt memcxt in TableExprState, child of buildercxt,
> and switch to it just before GetValue() (reset it just before
> switching). Then, don't worry about leaks in GetValue. This way,
> the text* conversions et al don't matter.
> After that I think we're going to need to get this working on top of
> Andres' changes. Which I'm afraid is going to be rather major surgery,
> but I haven't looked.
I am waiting on new commits in this area. This moment I have not idea what
will be broken.
attached updated patch with cleaned xml part
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