On Tue, Jun 18, 2013 at 3:01 PM, Pavel Stehule <pavel.steh...@gmail.com>wrote:
> > related to > > https://commitfest.postgresql.org/action/patch_view?id=1130 > > http://www.postgresql.org/message-id/cabwtf4v9rsjibwe+87pk83mmm7acdrg7sz08rq-4qyme8jv...@mail.gmail.com > > > * motivation: remove recursive procession of AND/OR list (hangs with > 10062 and more subexpressions) > > * patch is short, clean and respect postgresql source code requirements > * patch was applied cleanly without warnings > * all regression tests was passed > * I successfully evaluated expression with 100000 subexpressions > * there is no significant slowdown > > possible improvements > > a = (A_Expr*) list_nth(pending, 0); > > a = (A_Expr*) linitial(pending); > I made that change, hesitantly. The comments above definition of linitial() macro describe the confusion that API causes. I wanted to avoid that confusion for new code, so I used the newer API which makes the intention quite clear. But looking at that code closely, list_nth() causes at least 2 function calls, and that's pretty heavy compared to the linitiali() macro. > > not well comment > > should be -- "If the right branch is also an SAME condition, append it to > the" > I moved that comment above the outer bock, so that the intention of the whole do-while code block is described in one place. I don't see any other issues, so after fixing comments this patch is > ready for commit > Thanks for the review Pavel. Attached is the updated patch, v4. It has the above edits, and a few code improvements, like not repeating the (root_kind == AEPR_AND ? .. : ..) ternary expression. Best regards, -- Gurjeet Singh http://gurjeet.singh.im/ EnterpriseDB Inc.
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