[ getting back to this now after assorted distractions ] Marko Kreen <mark...@gmail.com> writes: > Just to show agreement: both PQgetRowData() and optimized PGresult > do not belong to 9.2.
OK, we're all on board with leaving those for later. > Only open questions are: > * Is there better API than PQsetSingleRowMode()? New PQsend* > functions is my alternative. After thinking it over, I'm really unexcited about adding new versions of all the PQsend functions. If we had the prospect of more flags in future that could be added to a bitmask flags argument, it would be more palatable, but it's far from clear what those might be. So I'm now leaning towards using PQsetSingleRowMode as-is. > * Should we rollback rowBuf change? I think no, as per benchmark > it performs better than old code. I had already pretty much come to that conclusion just based on code review, without thinking about performance. In particular, we had done some nontrivial work towards improving error-case handling in the data message parsing code, and I don't really want to give that up, nor rewrite it on the fly now. About the only reason I could see for reverting rowBuf was that I thought it might hurt performance; so now that you've proven the opposite, we should leave it alone. So I'm working from the first set of patches in your message <20120721194907.ga28...@gmail.com>. regards, tom lane -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers