On Jan26, 2014, at 10:19 , Simon Riggs <si...@2ndquadrant.com> wrote:
> Also, having
>  plpgsql.warnings_as_errors = off (default) | on
> makes sense and should be included in 9.4

I still think this is a bad idea, for the same reasons I don't like
consistent_into (discussed in a separate thread).

But these objections would go away if restricted this to function
creation time only. So even with warnings_as_errors=on, you
could still *call* a function that produces a warning, but not
*create* one.

We could then integrate this with check_function_bodies, i.e. add a
third possible value "error_on_warnings" to that GUC, instead of
having a separate GUC for this.

> Putting this and all future options as keywords seems like a poor
> choice. Indeed, the # syntax proposed isn't even fully described on
> list here, nor are examples given in tests. My feeling is that nobody
> even knows that is being proposed and would likely cause more
> discussion if they did. So I wish to push back the # syntax to a later
> release when it has had more discussion. It would be good if you could
> lead that discussion in later releases.


best regards,
Florian Pflug

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