On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 5:54 PM, Tom Lane <t...@sss.pgh.pa.us> wrote:
>> Hmm, I had decided that wasn't worth listing, but now I can't think
>> why :-(.  Will add it.
> Oh, now I see why it's not here: it was back-patched into 9.5, so it
> will not be a new feature in 9.6.0.  It will be listed in the 9.5.3
> release notes, instead.

I was really hoping that the OpenSSL bugfix patch would receive the
same treatment (commit 7c7d4fddab82dc756d8caa67b1b31fcdde355aab).
Should I take its inclusion here in the 9.6 release notes as
portending a backpatch never happening?

There seems to be a lack of urgency about it, and given that it's
moderately complicated, that tends to mean it will keep getting put
off. I did notice that you have an sgml comment about it, but the
wording isn't optimistic.

Peter Geoghegan

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