Re: [PATCHES] Preliminary patch for tsearch example dictionaries/pa rsers in contrib

2007-10-09 Thread Magnus Hagander
Given all the flap about txid, this surely mustn't go in without public review first ;-). So, here is a submission from Sergey Karpov to fill in the lack of any working code examples for user-written tsearch parsers and dictionaries. I will be mostly off-line for the next day or so and

Re: [PATCHES] Preliminary patch for tsearch example dictionaries/parsers in contrib

2007-10-09 Thread Sergey V. Karpov
Hi Tom, Thank you for starting the discussion Given all the flap about txid, this surely mustn't go in without public review first ;-). So, here is a submission from Sergey Karpov to fill in the lack of any working code examples for user-written tsearch parsers and dictionaries. I will

Re: [PATCHES] Preliminary patch for tsearch example dictionaries/parsers in contrib

2007-10-09 Thread Magnus Hagander
On Tue, Oct 09, 2007 at 02:02:03PM +0400, Sergey V. Karpov wrote: Hi Tom, Thank you for starting the discussion Given all the flap about txid, this surely mustn't go in without public review first ;-). So, here is a submission from Sergey Karpov to fill in the lack of any working

Re: [PATCHES] Preliminary patch for tsearch example dictionaries/parsers in contrib

2007-10-09 Thread Sergey V. Karpov
Magnus Hagander [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: * Allowing config files to be read from anywhere is not acceptable. We have dealt with this in the core code and the contrib examples *must* follow the same rules. Is it necessary to require this behaviour from each contrib module? They are not

Re: [PATCHES] [BUGS] libpq crash fix [was: Provide a way to not ask for a password in psql]

2007-10-09 Thread Magnus Hagander
On Tue, Oct 09, 2007 at 04:32:02PM +0200, Martin Pitt wrote: Hi again, Martin Pitt [2007-10-09 15:56 +0200]: (2) PGPASSFILE=/dev/null psql -l With /dev/null I get a segfault (I'll probably send a patch for that later). Ah, it tried to free(pgpassfile) in PasswordFromFile(),

Re: [PATCHES] Preliminary patch for tsearch example dictionaries/parsers in contrib

2007-10-09 Thread Andrew Dunstan
Sergey V. Karpov wrote: Built-in regex engine seems to not support the one feature critical to the dict_regex operation - it is not able to report the partial match in a case when the matching fails solely due to premature end of input string (i.e. when matching may possibly succeed after

[PATCHES] tsearch limitations doc correction

2007-10-09 Thread Heikki Linnakangas
diff -c -r1.17 textsearch.sgml *** doc/src/sgml/textsearch.sgml14 Sep 2007 13:21:30 - 1.17 --- doc/src/sgml/textsearch.sgml9 Oct 2007 18:28:51 - *** *** 2053,2059 paraThe number of lexemes must be less than 2superscript64/superscript /para

Re: [PATCHES] Preliminary patch for tsearch example dictionaries/parsers in contrib

2007-10-09 Thread Oleg Bartunov
On Tue, 9 Oct 2007, Andrew Dunstan wrote: Sergey V. Karpov wrote: Built-in regex engine seems to not support the one feature critical to the dict_regex operation - it is not able to report the partial match in a case when the matching fails solely due to premature end of input string (i.e.

Re: [PATCHES] Preliminary GSSAPI Patches

2007-10-09 Thread Henry B. Hotz
You know, I don't know what I was thinking when I sent this. My apologies for the late correction. Anyone who has a copy of the host keys for a machine can manufacture kerberos tickets for the host service on that machine masquerading as absolutely anyone (including people who don't