On 3/24/16 2:00 PM, Matthias Kurz wrote:
ALTER TYPE bogon DROP VALUE 'cat'; -- not implemented in 9.5 but should
work in future

Dropping a value is significantly harder because that value could be in use.

I'm certain there's a really good reason adding new values isn't allowed inside of a transaction. It's probably documented in the code.

To answer your question about "what goes into a release", there's really no process for that. What goes into a release is what someone was interested enough in to get community approval for the idea, write the patch, and shepard the patch through the review process. So if you want these features added, you need to either: do it yourself, convince someone else to do it for free, or pay someone to do it for you.
Jim Nasby, Data Architect, Blue Treble Consulting, Austin TX
Experts in Analytics, Data Architecture and PostgreSQL
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