Tom Lane wrote:
I realized that I can probably fix ATAddForeignKeyConstraint to do the
right thing by having it pass the two actual column types to
can_coerce_type, thus allowing check_generic_type_consistency to kick
in and detect the problem.


Yeah, I came to the same conclusion. No amount of refactoring in parse_coerce.c is going to get the original concrete types back to compare. That should fix the problem with arrays, enums and any potential future generic types without mentioning them explicitly in there a la the hack there currently, thankfully.

Cheers

Tom


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