I'm not sure exactly what to do here. I tried simply doing


But I still get NOTICE's to the effect of "return type cube is only a shell" or "argument type cube is only a shell".

I'm not sure how to do this to get zero NOTICES.

Advice appreciated.

Josh Reich

Tom Lane wrote:
Joshua Reich <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
The problem is that there are new functions in cube.sql, so the output is now different and breaks the diff (to state the obvious).

Actually, the new theory on this is that you should explicitly create
a shell type first:

        CREATE TYPE cube;

and then create the functions, and then make the type "for real".

This will still involve a change in the earthdistance expected
output (down to zero expected NOTICEs) but if we're gonna fix it
then let's fix it right.

                        regards, tom lane

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