On Wed, 2005-08-03 at 16:25 -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> > The idea is to allow a PL/pgSQL exception to not automatically
> > rollback the work done by the current block.
> This fundamentally breaks the entire backend.

Yeah, but besides that, can you quick commit this to HEAD so I don't
have to keep track of it locally?

Just kidding.

> You do not have the
> option to continue processing after elog(ERROR); the (sub)transaction
> rollback is necessary to clean up inconsistent state.

Okay, I'll look at this more closely.  Can you give me an example of
what can go wrong?

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