Jan Wieck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> That's quite possible that there is a fair amount of dead code in there 
> because it was originally the header for the lztext datatype, which if 
> memory served only existed quietly in one release to support slightly 
> larger rewrite rules before it was replaced with TOAST.

Ah, I was wondering how so much of it came to be dead code, but that
explains that.  I will pull out whatever's not referenced anymore ---
it looks like there are a couple of subroutines, not just macros,
that we don't need.

                        regards, tom lane

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