Robert Treat <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> On Tuesday 22 August 2006 16:10, Tom Lane wrote:
>> As I see it, we've effectively got a patch that was rejected once,
>> and Bruce wants to apply it anyway because no replacement has been
>> forthcoming.

> Well, unless someone is going to commit to doing it the other way, it seems 
> the guy who actually codes something offers a better solution than 
> handwaving... people have also had plenty of time to come up with a 
> replacement if that's what they really wanted. 

The patch submitter has neither provided an updated patch nor defended
his original submission as being the right thing.  If he doesn't take it
seriously enough to have done any followup, why should the rest of us?

At the moment, with the online-index and updatable-views patches both
pretty seriously broken, and no sign that the bitmap-index people are
awake at all, I might take it on myself to fix this one instead of those
others.  But is that what I should be spending my time on in the waning
days of the 8.2 freeze cycle?  Speak now or hold your peace.

                        regards, tom lane

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