On Fri, Nov 1, 2013 at 9:27 PM, Tom Lane <t...@sss.pgh.pa.us> wrote:
> David Rowley <dgrowle...@gmail.com> writes:
>> Tom commited some changes to appendStringInfoVA a few weeks ago which
>> allows it to return the required buffer size if the current buffer is not
>> big enough.
>> On looking at appendPQExpBufferVA I'm thinking it would be nice if it could
>> make use of the new pvsnprintf function to bring the same potential
>> performance improvement in to there too.
> Uh ... it does contain pretty much the same algorithm now. We can't
> simply use pvsnprintf there because exit-on-error is no good for
> libpq's purposes, so unless we want to rethink that, a certain
> amount of code duplication is unavoidable. But they both understand
> about C99 vsnprintf semantics now.
I have often found it frustrating that we have appendStringInfo* for
the backend and appendPQExpBuffer* for the frontend. It'd be nice to
have one API that could be used in both places, somehow. There seems
to be a lot of interest (including on my part) in writing code that
can be compiled in either environment.
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