Tom Lane wrote:
> Bruce Momjian <> writes:
> > It has been years since I ran src/tools/pginclude/pgrminclude to remove
> > unnecessary include files.  (I have already fixed things so include
> > files can be compiled on their own.)
> > The attached patch removes unneeded include references, and marks some
> > includes as needing to be skipped by pgrminclude.
> > I am sure applying this patch will break builds on some platforms and
> > some option combinations so I will monitor the buildfarm when I apply it
> > and make adjustments.
> The last time you did this was in July 2006.  It took us two weeks to
> mostly recover, but we were still dealing with some fallout in December,
> cf
> We had the buildfarm then, had had it for a couple years.  The notion
> that watching the buildfarm is enough is fully disproven by history.
> Unless you have a better test plan than last time (which this isn't),
> I don't think this should be done at all.  The benefits are microscopic
> and the pain real.

I don't have a better plan.  There are #ifdef code blocks that often
don't get processed and therefore this can't be done better.  I will
abandon the idea.

  Bruce Momjian  <>

  + It's impossible for everything to be true. +

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