One thing that bothered me while looking at the range types patch is that it seemed you'd been mighty conservative about creating built-in range types. In particular, I don't understand why there's not a standard float8range type; that seems like a pretty common case. I'd have also expected to see a standard textrange type. What was the rationale for leaving these out?
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