Hello, Pavel! That letter was not a complain against you. I'm sorry if it seems like that for you. It was an intermediate review with several points to be clear for _me_ from experienced hackers, mostly about a code design.
26.01.2016 07:05, Pavel Stehule пишет: >> pg_proc.h has changed, so the CATALOG_VERSION_NO must be also changed. > this is not a part of patch - only a commiter knows CATALOG_VERSION_NO > CATALOG_VERSION_NO is mentioned for a committer, it is not your fault. >> III. There is no support of 'bytes' unit, it seems such behavior got >> majority approval. > > No, because I have to use the supported units by configuration. The > configuration supports only three chars long units. Support for "bytes" was > removed, when I removed proprietary unit table. > Point "III" is the only for the question "d". Also to collect any possible features from the thread in one place. >> V. The documentation lacks a note that the base of the "pg_size_bytes" >> is 1024 whereas the base of the "pg_size_pretty" is 1000. > > It isn't true, base for both are 1024. It was designed when special table was > used for pg_size_bytes. But when we share same control table, then is wrong > to use different table. The result can be optically different, but > semantically same. > Oops, I was wrong about a base of pg_size_pretty. It was a morning after a hard night... > negative values is fully supported. You have mentioned it at least three times before. It is not my new requirement or a point to your fault, it is an argument for symmetry/asymmetry of the function. > support of "bytes" depends on support "bytes" unit by GUC. When "bytes" unit > will be supported, then it can be used in pg_size_bytes immediately. By the way there can be a comparison for a special size unit before calling parse_memory_unit. > Regards > Pavel > >> http://www.postgresql.org/message-id/cacaco5qw7ffsffhkstjtycp4qf3oh9za14sc6z3dxx2yssj...@mail.gmail.com -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (email@example.com) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers