On Wed, Jan 20, 2016 at 8:23 PM, Michael Paquier
> Another tool that we had better IMO put some efforts in porting
> into core is sqlsmith, which would actually be a complete rewrite
> because the upstream code is under GPL license and depends on libpqxx.
Then Andreas Seltenreich better get a commit bit. I've seen him turn
around changes in sqlsmith to test new areas of Postgres in a couple
of days. That's a big reason why he has been so effective.
What benefit does porting sqlsmith for inclusion in core have? I can
only think of costs, including those that you mentioned.
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