Gurjeet Singh wrote:
>     The interface etc. may not be beautiful, but it isn't ugly either! It is
> a lot better than manually creating pg_index records and inserting them into
> cache; we use index_create() API to create the index (build is deferred),
> and then 'rollback to savepoint' to undo those changes when the advisor is
> done. index_create() causes pg_depends entries too, so a 'RB to SP' is far
> much safer than going and deleting cache records manually.

My complaint was not that the API used in the code was non-optimal(which
I think was Tom's issue), but that the _user_ API was not very clean. 
Not sure what to recommend, but I will think about it later.

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