Tom Lane wrote:
> "Christopher Kings-Lynne" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > What about the nested transaction stuff?
> With all due respect to Alvaro et al, I can't imagine that that will
> make it into 7.4.  (I have no confidence that PITR or Win32 native port
> will make it either...)
> > Do we have any "killer" features added to 7.4 that we can shout about?
> We have a lot of pretty good stuff.  You're not happy that the
> performance of IN (subselect) has been fixed?  That btree index bloat is
> fixed (at least in large part, it remains to be seen whether the field
> performance is all that we need...)?
> In my opinion the project is not at a state where whizzy new Features
> with a capital F are going to jump out of the woodwork.  We are making
> good advances in performance, reliability, SQL spec compliance, and
> stuff like that, but fancy-sounding bullet points are hard to come by.

What does bother me is that we weren't getting any closer on those
_hard_ items.  At least with this release, we will be _closer_ on Win32
and PITR.

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