On 18 February 2014 21:47, MauMau Wrote: > > We already have two different versions of make_absolute_path() in the > > tree > > - one in src/backend/utils/init/miscinit.c and one in > > src/test/regress/pg_regress.c. > > > > I don't think we need a third one. > > > > If we put it in port/ like this patch done, then we should make the > > other callers use it. We might need one for frontend and one for > > backend (I haven't looked into that much detail), but definitely the > > one between pg_regress and pg_ctl should be shared. > > Agreed. Sorry, I should have proposed the refactoring. > > Rajeev, could you refactor the code so that there is only one > make_absolute_path()? I think we can do like this: > > 1. Delete get_absolute_path() in src/port/path.c. > 2. Delete make_absolute_path() in src/test/regress/pg_regress.c. > 3. Move make_absolute_path() from src/backend/utils/init/miscinit.c to > src/port/path.c, and delete the declaration in miscadmin.h. > 4. Modify make_absolute_path() in path.c so that it can be used both in > backend and frontend. That is, surround the error message output with > #ifdef FRONTEND ... #else ... #endif. See some other source files in > src/port.
Changed the patch as per your suggestion. Now only one version of make_absolute_path there defined in src/port/path.c Found one small memory leak in the existing function make_absolute_path(miscinit.c), fixed the same. Please find the revised patch. Thanks and Regards, Kumar Rajeev Rastogi
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