Gregory Stark <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> That's not really the point. The problem is that the compiler usually can't
> deduce which function you're calling or even which set of functions you might
> be calling. So, for example, the compiler will have trouble determining which
> variables may be untouched over the function call and thus not have to be
> reloaded into registers.

Well, since the functions in question are in a separate module from
their callers, I think it highly unlikely that any such optimizations
would be applied in practice anyway.

> Again though, I really don't think it matters.

Agreed, it's unlikely this would be a significant change either way.

                        regards, tom lane

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