On Wed, Apr 27, 2016 at 11:45 AM, Andres Freund <and...@anarazel.de> wrote:
> Yes, that makes sense. That way other can easily look at "their" code,
> to see whether it can be made more pgindent resistant ;)


>> It mostly just adds new typedefs that have
>> appeared over the last year, but it also realphabetizes the file -
>> some things that were added incrementally seem to have ended up in
>> what is, at least according to what sort likes to do on my machine,
>> the wrong place in the file.
> Is it just me, or is the sort order in that file a bit confusing? The
> whole thing about upper and lower case being separated seems to make it
> much harder than necessary to manually insert something in the right
> place..

Except for recently-manually-added entries, it seems to match what
sort wants to do on my system exactly.  Which seems good.

Robert Haas
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