On Mon, Mar 20, 2017 at 12:52 PM, Ashutosh Bapat
>> Hmm. I would kind of like to move the IS_JOIN_REL() and
>> IS_OTHER_REL() stuff to the front of the series. In other words, I
>> propose that we add those macros first, each testing for only the one
>> kind of RelOptInfo that exists today, and change all the code to use
>> them. Then, when we add child joinrels, we can modify the macros at
>> the same time. The problem with doing it the way you have it is that
>> those changes will have to be squashed into the main partitionwise
>> join commit, because otherwise stuff will be broken. Doing it the
>> other way around lets us commit that bit separately.
> I can provide a patch with adjust_appendrel_attrs_multilevel() changed
> to child-joins, which can be applied before multi-level
> partitioin-wise support patch but after partition-wise implementation
> patch. You may consider applying that patch separately before
> multi-level partition-wise support, in case we see that multi-level
> partition-wise join support can be committed. Does that sound good?
> That way we save changing those macros twice.
That seems different than what I suggested and I'm not sure what the
reason is for the difference?
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