On 01/24/2014 10:12 AM, Craig Ringer wrote:
> (Re-sending; I forgot to cc the list)
> On 01/20/2014 02:15 PM, Craig Ringer wrote:
>> On 01/20/2014 09:58 AM, Craig Ringer wrote:
>>> As it is I'm spending today reworking the RLS patch on top of the new
>>> approach to updatable security barrier views.
>> To get that rolling I've split the RLS patch up into chunks, so we can
>> argue about the catalogs, ALTER syntax, and the actual row-filtering
>> implementation separately ;-)
>> It's currently on g...@github.com:ringerc/postgres.git in the branch
>> rls-9.4-split, which is subject to rebasing. I'm still going through it
>> making sure each chunk at least compiles and preferably passes "make
>> check".
> That branch is now pretty stable, and passes checks at every stage up to
> the new RLS regression tests. I've pushed a new version to branch
> rls-9.4-split. Further updates will rebase this branch.
> The tag rls-9.4-split-v5 identifies this particular push, and won't get
> rebased away.

Pushed a new rebase to the main working branch, merging in the fixes I
made to KaiGai's patch last time.

Tagged rls-9.4-split-v6

I haven't bothered with a patchset for this one, I'll be replacing it
again soon. This is just for anybody following along.

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