On 3/30/07, Alvaro Herrera <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
If by destruction you mean something different than pfree, then maybe
hash_remove in a loop is the best solution, the other idea being passing
a function pointer to hash_destroy_deep to call on each element, which
is probably too messy an API.


Yes, callback function is needed, either in HASHCTL or as
argument to deep_free().

In any case it's not likely that there are going to be thousands of
prepared statements, so is this really an issue?

I think the issue is here that its very common thing to do,
so open-coding it everywhere is waste, there should be some
utility function for that.

void hash_foreach(HTAB, void (*cb_func)(void *));

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marko

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