Re: [PATCHES] temporal version of generate_series()

2008-05-04 Thread Tom Lane
H.Harada [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
 Here's the sync and updated patch.
 It contains strict in catalog as well.

Applied with some revisions ---

I added a timestamptz version; it didn't seem very appropriate to have
only a timestamp version.

You can't just pick a convenient-looking OID, you must use one that
the unused_oids script reports as free.

There was no check for a zero step size.

There was no documentation.

regards, tom lane

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Re: [PATCHES] temporal version of generate_series()

2008-05-04 Thread H . Harada
2008/5/5 Tom Lane [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
  Applied with some revisions ---

  I added a timestamptz version; it didn't seem very appropriate to have
  only a timestamp version.

  You can't just pick a convenient-looking OID, you must use one that
  the unused_oids script reports as free.
I didn't know the unused_oids script. I'll try it next time.

Thanks for many notices anyway.

Hitoshi Harada

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Re: [PATCHES] temporal version of generate_series()

2008-05-01 Thread H . Harada
2008/5/1 Pavel Stehule [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 Hello

  why you don't use polymorphic types?
Ah, good idea. I didn't think we could fix the third argument to
interval but anyelement.
For a temporal version, it's reasonable.

Also, the name generate_time_series is better than before?

Hitoshi Harada


2008/5/1 Pavel Stehule [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 Hello

  why you don't use polymorphic types?

  like:

  create or replace function generate_time_series(anyelement,
  anyelement, interval, OUT result anyelement)
  returns setof anyelement as $$
  begin
   result := $1;
   while (result = $2) loop
 return next;
 result := result + $3;
   end loop;
   return;
  end;
  $$ language plpgsql;

  Regards
  Pavel Stehule



  2008/5/1 H. Harada [EMAIL PROTECTED]:


  Here's the sync and updated patch.
   It contains strict in catalog as well.
  
   Hitoshi Harada
  
   2008/4/24 H. Harada [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
   2008/4/23 Alvaro Herrera [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
  
H.Harada escribió:


   # This is my first time to send a patch. If I did something wrong, I
   appreciate your pointing me out.

  Brace positioning is off w.r.t. our conventions -- please fix that and
  resubmit.
  
Here's updated version. Thanks for your advice.
  
Hitoshi Harada
  
2008/4/23 Alvaro Herrera [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
  
  
H.Harada escribió:


   # This is my first time to send a patch. If I did something wrong, I
   appreciate your pointing me out.

  Brace positioning is off w.r.t. our conventions -- please fix that and
  resubmit.

  I have added this patch to the May commitfest.

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 http://www.CommandPrompt.com/
  The PostgreSQL Company - Command Prompt, Inc.

  
  
  
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Re: [PATCHES] temporal version of generate_series()

2008-05-01 Thread H . Harada
2008/5/1 H. Harada [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 2008/5/1 Pavel Stehule [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

  Hello
  
why you don't use polymorphic types?
  Ah, good idea. I didn't think we could fix the third argument to
  interval but anyelement.
  For a temporal version, it's reasonable.

I was thinking about it again. There are 3 points:

a. It will get complicated in the function to resolve operator for
polymorphic types, including search for namespace and error (not
found) handling.
b. Other temporal data types than timestamp is easy to be casted from
timestamp results.
c. In the integer version of generate_series also it is possible to
cast the results to other numerical types though harder to cast them
to temporal data types.

So it would be better to keep current patch, isn't it?


postgres=# select generate_series('2008/05/01 20:00'::timestamp,
'2008/05/02 08:00'::timestamp
, '1 hour'::interval);
   generate_series
-
 2008-05-01 20:00:00
 2008-05-01 21:00:00
 2008-05-01 22:00:00
 2008-05-01 23:00:00
 2008-05-02 00:00:00
 2008-05-02 01:00:00
 2008-05-02 02:00:00
 2008-05-02 03:00:00
 2008-05-02 04:00:00
 2008-05-02 05:00:00
 2008-05-02 06:00:00
 2008-05-02 07:00:00
 2008-05-02 08:00:00
(13 rows)

postgres=# select generate_series('2008/05/01 20:00'::timestamp,
'2008/05/02 08:00'::timestamp
, '1 hour'::interval)::time;
 generate_series
-
 20:00:00
 21:00:00
 22:00:00
 23:00:00
 00:00:00
 01:00:00
 02:00:00
 03:00:00
 04:00:00
 05:00:00
 06:00:00
 07:00:00
 08:00:00
(13 rows)

postgres=# select generate_series('2008/05/01 20:00'::timestamp,
'2008/05/02 08:00'::timestamp
, '1 hour'::interval)::timestamptz;
generate_series

 2008-05-01 20:00:00+09
 2008-05-01 21:00:00+09
 2008-05-01 22:00:00+09
 2008-05-01 23:00:00+09
 2008-05-02 00:00:00+09
 2008-05-02 01:00:00+09
 2008-05-02 02:00:00+09
 2008-05-02 03:00:00+09
 2008-05-02 04:00:00+09
 2008-05-02 05:00:00+09
 2008-05-02 06:00:00+09
 2008-05-02 07:00:00+09
 2008-05-02 08:00:00+09
(13 rows)

postgres=# select generate_series('2008/05/01 20:00'::timestamp,
'2008/05/02 08:00'::timestamp
, '1 hour'::interval)::date;
 generate_series
-
 2008-05-01
 2008-05-01
 2008-05-01
 2008-05-01
 2008-05-02
 2008-05-02
 2008-05-02
 2008-05-02
 2008-05-02
 2008-05-02
 2008-05-02
 2008-05-02
 2008-05-02
(13 rows)


Hitoshi Harada

2008/5/1 H. Harada [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 2008/5/1 Pavel Stehule [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

  Hello
  
why you don't use polymorphic types?
  Ah, good idea. I didn't think we could fix the third argument to
  interval but anyelement.
  For a temporal version, it's reasonable.

  Also, the name generate_time_series is better than before?

  Hitoshi Harada


  2008/5/1 Pavel Stehule [EMAIL PROTECTED]:


  Hello
  
why you don't use polymorphic types?
  
like:
  
create or replace function generate_time_series(anyelement,
anyelement, interval, OUT result anyelement)
returns setof anyelement as $$
begin
 result := $1;
 while (result = $2) loop
   return next;
   result := result + $3;
 end loop;
 return;
end;
$$ language plpgsql;
  
Regards
Pavel Stehule
  
  
  
2008/5/1 H. Harada [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
  
  
Here's the sync and updated patch.
 It contains strict in catalog as well.

 Hitoshi Harada

 2008/4/24 H. Harada [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 2008/4/23 Alvaro Herrera [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

  H.Harada escribió:
  
  
 # This is my first time to send a patch. If I did something 
 wrong, I
 appreciate your pointing me out.
  
Brace positioning is off w.r.t. our conventions -- please fix that 
 and
resubmit.

  Here's updated version. Thanks for your advice.

  Hitoshi Harada

  2008/4/23 Alvaro Herrera [EMAIL PROTECTED]:


  H.Harada escribió:
  
  
 # This is my first time to send a patch. If I did something 
 wrong, I
 appreciate your pointing me out.
  
Brace positioning is off w.r.t. our conventions -- please fix that 
 and
resubmit.
  
I have added this patch to the May commitfest.
  
--
Alvaro Herrera
 http://www.CommandPrompt.com/
The PostgreSQL Company - Command Prompt, Inc.
  



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Re: [PATCHES] temporal version of generate_series()

2008-05-01 Thread Pavel Stehule
2008/5/1 H. Harada [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 2008/5/1 H. Harada [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 2008/5/1 Pavel Stehule [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

  Hello
  
why you don't use polymorphic types?
  Ah, good idea. I didn't think we could fix the third argument to
  interval but anyelement.
  For a temporal version, it's reasonable.

 I was thinking about it again. There are 3 points:

 a. It will get complicated in the function to resolve operator for
 polymorphic types, including search for namespace and error (not
 found) handling.

yes, it's true;

 b. Other temporal data types than timestamp is easy to be casted from
 timestamp results.
 c. In the integer version of generate_series also it is possible to
 cast the results to other numerical types though harder to cast them
 to temporal data types.

 So it would be better to keep current patch, isn't it?


I missing generator for date  - casting from and to timestemp is
little bit ugly - but polymorphic types in C isn't good idea, I see
it.

Regards
Pavel Stehule

 postgres=# select generate_series('2008/05/01 20:00'::timestamp,
 '2008/05/02 08:00'::timestamp
 , '1 hour'::interval);
   generate_series
 -
  2008-05-01 20:00:00
  2008-05-01 21:00:00
  2008-05-01 22:00:00
  2008-05-01 23:00:00
  2008-05-02 00:00:00
  2008-05-02 01:00:00
  2008-05-02 02:00:00
  2008-05-02 03:00:00
  2008-05-02 04:00:00
  2008-05-02 05:00:00
  2008-05-02 06:00:00
  2008-05-02 07:00:00
  2008-05-02 08:00:00
 (13 rows)

 postgres=# select generate_series('2008/05/01 20:00'::timestamp,
 '2008/05/02 08:00'::timestamp
 , '1 hour'::interval)::time;
  generate_series
 -
  20:00:00
  21:00:00
  22:00:00
  23:00:00
  00:00:00
  01:00:00
  02:00:00
  03:00:00
  04:00:00
  05:00:00
  06:00:00
  07:00:00
  08:00:00
 (13 rows)

 postgres=# select generate_series('2008/05/01 20:00'::timestamp,
 '2008/05/02 08:00'::timestamp
 , '1 hour'::interval)::timestamptz;
generate_series
 
  2008-05-01 20:00:00+09
  2008-05-01 21:00:00+09
  2008-05-01 22:00:00+09
  2008-05-01 23:00:00+09
  2008-05-02 00:00:00+09
  2008-05-02 01:00:00+09
  2008-05-02 02:00:00+09
  2008-05-02 03:00:00+09
  2008-05-02 04:00:00+09
  2008-05-02 05:00:00+09
  2008-05-02 06:00:00+09
  2008-05-02 07:00:00+09
  2008-05-02 08:00:00+09
 (13 rows)

 postgres=# select generate_series('2008/05/01 20:00'::timestamp,
 '2008/05/02 08:00'::timestamp
 , '1 hour'::interval)::date;
  generate_series
 -
  2008-05-01
  2008-05-01
  2008-05-01
  2008-05-01
  2008-05-02
  2008-05-02
  2008-05-02
  2008-05-02
  2008-05-02
  2008-05-02
  2008-05-02
  2008-05-02
  2008-05-02
 (13 rows)


 Hitoshi Harada

 2008/5/1 H. Harada [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 2008/5/1 Pavel Stehule [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

  Hello
  
why you don't use polymorphic types?
  Ah, good idea. I didn't think we could fix the third argument to
  interval but anyelement.
  For a temporal version, it's reasonable.

  Also, the name generate_time_series is better than before?

  Hitoshi Harada


  2008/5/1 Pavel Stehule [EMAIL PROTECTED]:


  Hello
  
why you don't use polymorphic types?
  
like:
  
create or replace function generate_time_series(anyelement,
anyelement, interval, OUT result anyelement)
returns setof anyelement as $$
begin
 result := $1;
 while (result = $2) loop
   return next;
   result := result + $3;
 end loop;
 return;
end;
$$ language plpgsql;
  
Regards
Pavel Stehule
  
  
  
2008/5/1 H. Harada [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
  
  
Here's the sync and updated patch.
 It contains strict in catalog as well.

 Hitoshi Harada

 2008/4/24 H. Harada [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 2008/4/23 Alvaro Herrera [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

  H.Harada escribió:
  
  
 # This is my first time to send a patch. If I did something 
 wrong, I
 appreciate your pointing me out.
  
Brace positioning is off w.r.t. our conventions -- please fix 
 that and
resubmit.

  Here's updated version. Thanks for your advice.

  Hitoshi Harada

  2008/4/23 Alvaro Herrera [EMAIL PROTECTED]:


  H.Harada escribió:
  
  
 # This is my first time to send a patch. If I did something 
 wrong, I
 appreciate your pointing me out.
  
Brace positioning is off w.r.t. our conventions -- please fix 
 that and
resubmit.
  
I have added this patch to the May commitfest.
  
--
Alvaro Herrera
 http://www.CommandPrompt.com/
The PostgreSQL Company - Command Prompt, Inc.
  



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Re: [PATCHES] temporal version of generate_series()

2008-04-30 Thread H . Harada
Here's the sync and updated patch.
It contains strict in catalog as well.

Hitoshi Harada

2008/4/24 H. Harada [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 2008/4/23 Alvaro Herrera [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

  H.Harada escribió:
  
  
 # This is my first time to send a patch. If I did something wrong, I
 appreciate your pointing me out.
  
Brace positioning is off w.r.t. our conventions -- please fix that and
resubmit.

  Here's updated version. Thanks for your advice.

  Hitoshi Harada

  2008/4/23 Alvaro Herrera [EMAIL PROTECTED]:


  H.Harada escribió:
  
  
 # This is my first time to send a patch. If I did something wrong, I
 appreciate your pointing me out.
  
Brace positioning is off w.r.t. our conventions -- please fix that and
resubmit.
  
I have added this patch to the May commitfest.
  
--
Alvaro Herrera
 http://www.CommandPrompt.com/
The PostgreSQL Company - Command Prompt, Inc.
  



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Re: [PATCHES] temporal version of generate_series()

2008-04-30 Thread Pavel Stehule
Hello

why you don't use polymorphic types?

like:

create or replace function generate_time_series(anyelement,
anyelement, interval, OUT result anyelement)
returns setof anyelement as $$
begin
  result := $1;
  while (result = $2) loop
return next;
result := result + $3;
  end loop;
  return;
end;
$$ language plpgsql;

Regards
Pavel Stehule



2008/5/1 H. Harada [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 Here's the sync and updated patch.
 It contains strict in catalog as well.

 Hitoshi Harada

 2008/4/24 H. Harada [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 2008/4/23 Alvaro Herrera [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

  H.Harada escribió:
  
  
 # This is my first time to send a patch. If I did something wrong, I
 appreciate your pointing me out.
  
Brace positioning is off w.r.t. our conventions -- please fix that and
resubmit.

  Here's updated version. Thanks for your advice.

  Hitoshi Harada

  2008/4/23 Alvaro Herrera [EMAIL PROTECTED]:


  H.Harada escribió:
  
  
 # This is my first time to send a patch. If I did something wrong, I
 appreciate your pointing me out.
  
Brace positioning is off w.r.t. our conventions -- please fix that and
resubmit.
  
I have added this patch to the May commitfest.
  
--
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 http://www.CommandPrompt.com/
The PostgreSQL Company - Command Prompt, Inc.
  



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Re: [PATCHES] temporal version of generate_series()

2008-04-23 Thread Alvaro Herrera
H.Harada escribió:

 # This is my first time to send a patch. If I did something wrong, I
 appreciate your pointing me out.

Brace positioning is off w.r.t. our conventions -- please fix that and
resubmit.

I have added this patch to the May commitfest.

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Re: [PATCHES] temporal version of generate_series()

2008-04-23 Thread H . Harada
2008/4/23 Alvaro Herrera [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 H.Harada escribió:


   # This is my first time to send a patch. If I did something wrong, I
   appreciate your pointing me out.

  Brace positioning is off w.r.t. our conventions -- please fix that and
  resubmit.

Here's updated version. Thanks for your advice.

Hitoshi Harada

2008/4/23 Alvaro Herrera [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 H.Harada escribió:


   # This is my first time to send a patch. If I did something wrong, I
   appreciate your pointing me out.

  Brace positioning is off w.r.t. our conventions -- please fix that and
  resubmit.

  I have added this patch to the May commitfest.

  --
  Alvaro Herrerahttp://www.CommandPrompt.com/
  The PostgreSQL Company - Command Prompt, Inc.



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