On Fri, Aug 28, 2015 at 4:33 AM, Kyotaro HORIGUCHI
<horiguchi.kyot...@lab.ntt.co.jp> wrote:
> Hi, this is a spin-off patch from Fabien COELHO's
> backslash-continuations.
> The major concept of this patch is making usage of psql's scanner
> to get rid of home-grown scanner of pgbench to make
> multi-statement feature available for pgbench custom scripts.
> This patch does the following things.
> - Modify psqlscan.l so that unnecessary functions of it can be
>   masked when used in other modules like pgbench.
> - Modify pgbench to use psqlscan.l so that the following features
>   available in pgbench.
>   - multi-statement in custom scripts.
>   - natural continuation of SQL statements in costom scripts.
>   - backslash-continuation for pgbench metacommands in costom scripts.
> The patch consists of following files.
> - 0001-Prepare-to-share-psqlscan-with-pgbench.patch
>   Modifies psqlscan.l in psql as the preparation.
> - 0002-Make-use-of-psqlscan-for-parsing-of-custom-script.patch
>   Modifies pgbench to use psqlscan.l.
> - 0003-Change-MSVC-Build-script.patch
>   Modify MSVC build script.
> - 0004-Change-the-way-to-hold-command-list.patch
>   Get rid of double-format of internal command list.
>   This changes the way of holding command list to linked list
>   totally.

Has anyone reviewed this patch?  Does it need to be reviewed?

This CommitFest entry looks related:


But I'm not sure how it relates to this thread.

(And let me say parenthetically that the web site's insistence on
is pretty annoying ... it makes the links really long for no good

Robert Haas
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