Andres Freund <and...@2ndquadrant.com> writes:
> On 2014-03-17 13:40:53 -0300, Alvaro Herrera wrote:
>> There is of course a third choice which is to dictate that this function
>> ought to be declared in reorderbuffer.h; but that would have the
>> unpleasant side-effect that tqual.c would need to #include that.
> I am pretty clearly against this.
Let me get this straight. reorderbuffer.c exports a function that needs
to be used by tqual.c. The obvious method to do this is to declare the
function in reorderbuffer.h and have tqual.c #include that. Apparently
you think it's better to have tqual.h declare the function. How is that
not 100% backwards? Even worse that it requires more header-inclusion
bloat for some functionality entirely unrelated to snapshots?
That sounds borderline insane from here. You need a whole lot more
justification than "I'm against it".
regards, tom lane
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