On Jan15, 2014, at 01:34 , Marko Tiikkaja <ma...@joh.to> wrote:
> It's me again, trying to find a solution to the most common mistakes I make.  
> This time it's accidental shadowing of variables, especially input variables. 
>  I've wasted several hours banging my head against the wall while shouting 
> "HOW CAN THIS VARIABLE ALWAYS BE NULL?".  I can't believe I'm the only one.  
> To give you a rough idea on how it works:

I like this, but think that the option should be just called plpgsql.warnings 
or plpgsql.warn_on and accept a list of warnings to enable. I'm sure you'll 
come up with more unsafe coding practices to warn about in the future - for 
example, consistent_into immediately comes to mind ;-)

best regards,
Florian Pflug

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