Thanks for pointing it out. I made the small required modifications to match
copy.c version 1.247 and sent it to -patches list. New patch is V16.
On 8/1/05 7:51 PM, Tom Lane [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Alon Goldshuv [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
This patch appears to reverse out the most recent committed changes in
Which changes do you refer to? I thought I accommodated all the recent
changes (I recall some changes to the tupletable/tupleslot interface, HEADER
in cvs, and hex escapes and maybe one or 2 more). What did I miss?
The latest touch of copy.c, namely this patch:
2005-07-10 17:13 tgl
* doc/src/sgml/ref/create_type.sgml, src/backend/commands/copy.c,
src/test/regress/sql/type_sanity.sql: Change typreceive function
API so that receive functions get the same optional arguments as
text input functions, ie, typioparam OID and atttypmod. Make all
the datatypes that use typmod enforce it the same way in typreceive
as they do in typinput. This fixes a problem with failure to
enforce length restrictions during COPY FROM BINARY.
It was rather obvious, given that the first chunk of the patch backed up
the file's CVS version stamp from 1.247 to 1.246 :-(
regards, tom lane
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