Andres Freund <and...@anarazel.de> writes:
> On 2016-11-13 11:23:09 -0500, Tom Lane wrote:
>> We can't use CREATE FUNCTION as the representation in the .bki file,
>> because of the circularities involved (you can't fill pg_proc before
>> pg_type nor vice versa). But I think Peter was suggesting that the
>> input to the bki-generator script could look like CREATE commands.
>> That's true, but I fear it would greatly increase the complexity
>> of the script for not much benefit.
> It'd also be very pg_proc specific, which isn't where I think this
> should go..
The presumption is that we have a CREATE command for every type of
object that we need to put into the system catalogs. But yes, the
other problem with this approach is that you need to do a lot more
work per-catalog to build the converter script. I'm not sure how
much of that could be imported from gram.y, but I'm afraid the
answer would be "not enough".
regards, tom lane
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