On 7 September 2016 at 14:44, Pavel Stehule <pavel.steh...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Suggested comment:
>> * This is the parsenode for a column definition in a table-expression
>> like XMLTABLE.
>> * We can't re-use ColumnDef here; the utility command column
>> definition has all the
>> * wrong attributes for use in table-expressions and just doesn't make
>> sense here.
>> typedef struct TableExprColumn
>> Why "RawCol" ? What does it become when it's not "raw" anymore? Is
>> that a reference to ColumnDef's raw_default and cooked_default for
>> untransformed vs transformed parse-trees?
> My previous reply was wrong - it is used by parser only and holds TypeName
> field. The analogy with ColumnDef raw_default is perfect.
Cool, lets just comment that then.
I'll wait on an updated patch per discussion to date. Hopefully
somebody else with more of a clue than me can offer better review of
the executor/view/caching part you specifically called out as complex.
Otherwise maybe it'll be clearer in a revised version.
Craig Ringer http://www.2ndQuadrant.com/
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