> Tom Lane wrote:
> > Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > > Tom Lane wrote:
> > >> Peter has made it pretty clear that he didn't care for the
> > >> refactorization aspect of that patch.
> > > Peter asked why it was done, a good answer was given, and Peter did not
> > > reply.
> > Au contraire, he's reiterated since then that he didn't like it.
> The thread order was: patch, Peter comments, submitter gives reasons,
> patch put in the queue, Peter comments again, I reply that the change is
> not just "refactoring" but is needed based on submitters comments, and
> no reply from Peter:
> Without a reply from Peter, I have to assume the patch is valid.
This is also an interesting example for a tracker. If we had one, all
discussion on the patch would be in one place, but I am thinking that
would require all posting to happen in a browser, or somehow have emails
tagged to attach to each item. Is that something that can happen
easily? I don't know. Would the repost of a patch be attached to the
Bruce Momjian [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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