> You mean something like
> if (input-buffer-not-empty)
> parseInput();
> ?  This still bothers me a bit since it's a mixing of logic levels;
> PQputCopyData is an output routine, it shouldn't be getting its fingers
> dirty with input buffer contents.  I'm willing to tolerate this if it
> can be demonstrated that it provides a useful performance gain compared
> to the unconditional parseInput call, but let's see some numbers.

Yes, I understand. We'll see what the performance gain is like and see if
it's worth it, I'll report back.


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