> You most probably want to look at porting your changes to the latest
> postgresql release as well.

I believe many people would be interested, but to get the feature
accepted we would need a patch against -head as that is the latest
version of PostgreSQL under development.

You can see more information about that here:


The above link will also help you with our required coding styles,
acceptance policies etc...


Joshua D. Drake

>> Thanks very much.
>> Regards,
>> Nikita
>> Ranbeer
>> -- 
>> http://students.iiit.ac.in/~nikita/
>> http://students.iiit.ac.in/~ranbeer/


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