I assume that you're familiar with explain.depesz.com and paste.depesz.com services.
From today they are also available as services in TOR, using respectively: explain4pg4j5wbw.onion and paste4sql64vzyry.onion (of course you need to have TOR Browser or some other way to browse darknet).
Why I did that? Well, I believe that TOR is one of the greatest inventions ever, and I'd like to do something so that it will be less associated with drugs, porn, or other illegal activities. Don't realistically think that there will be many people using TOR to access my Pg-related services, but it is a thing that I could have done, so I did it.
While working on it, I also updated pgFormatter code under paste-site to newest version.
Continue reading explain.depesz.com, paste.depesz.com – TOR announcement and some updates
Another one missed, quite a long time ago, too..:
On 4th of November 2016, Kevin Grittner committed patch:
Implement syntax for transition tables in AFTER triggers.
This is infrastructure for the complete SQL standard feature. No
support is included at this point for execution nodes or PLs. The
intent is to add that soon.
As this patch leaves things, standard syntax can create tuplestores
to contain old and/or new versions of rows affected by a statement.
References to these tuplestores are in the TriggerData structure.
C triggers can access the tuplestores directly, so they are usable,
but they cannot yet be referenced within a SQL statement.
Continue reading Waiting for PostgreSQL 10 – Implement syntax for transition tables in AFTER triggers.