> On Sun, 2008-09-07 at 11:01 -0400, Andrew Dunstan wrote:
>> Hasn't integer-datetimes been the default for a while?
> No. I added it as a macro to 8.3, but did not enable it by default,
> because I am trying to be binary compatible with Red Hat / Fedora RPMs.
> I believe Tom will also add it to 8.4 packages for Fedora 11.
The RHEL/Fedora RPMs have never specified this one way or the other,
so they'd just get the default. I haven't really thought about whether
to change that when 8.4 comes out. I'd prefer to follow upstream's
lead on the point; but if for instance we could do update-in-place
so long as you hadn't switched datetime representation, that would be a
pretty powerful incentive to stick with the float format.
regards, tom lane