On 08/31/2016 04:41 PM, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
I developed a minimally invasive patch for C++ support a few years ago
shortly after I wrote that blog post. Since there appears to have been
some interest here now, I have updated that and split it up into logical
So here you go.
Looking at this with the POV of what would make sense, even if we don't
care about C++.
The patches are numbered approximately in increasing order of dubiosity.
So 0001 is probably a straight bug fix, 0002 and 0003 are arguably
minor bug fixes as well. The patches through 0012 can probably be
considered for committing in some form. After that it gets a bit hackish.
0001-0003 look clear to me as well. 0006 - 0009 also seem OK. The rest
really only make sense if we decided to make the switch to C++.
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