Le jeudi 10 octobre 2013 21:37:24 Peter Eisentraut a écrit :
> On Mon, 2013-10-07 at 22:00 -0400, Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> > The code has been sitting in HEAD for several months, and I
> > committed on the back branches because it was wanted.
> New features normally go through a full development cycle including
> extensive beta testing, especially when they contain changes to
> external interfaces.  The fact that the patch author wanted his
> feature released immediately (of course) doesn't warrant a free pass
> in this case, IMO.

What's new feature ?

PGXS break when 19e231b was commited, the patch around this special 
submake is trying to bugfix that.

There are also reports like this one (and thread):

where you can read that I am not 'the' only guy who want to have this 
commited. And believeing this is worth a backpatch as it stands for a 

Here also the problem is stated as something to fix.


That's being said, you are correct about the problem you found and it's 
good to be able to release new version without a bug for OSX.
I'm just sad you didn't get time to voice a bit before Andrew spent too 
much time on that.
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