On 8th of April 2022, Andrew Dunstan committed patch:
Documentation for SQL/JSON features
This documents the features added in commits f79b803dcc, f4fb45d15c,
33a377608f, 1a36bc9dba, 606948b058, 49082c2cc3, 4e34747c88, and
I have cleaned up the aggregate section of the submitted docs, but there
is still a deal of copy editing required. However, I thought it best to
have some documentation sooner rather than later so testers can have a
better idea what they are playing with.
Reviewers have included (in no particular order) Andres Freund, Alexander
Korotkov, Pavel Stehule, Andrew Alsup, Erik Rijkers, Zhihong Yu,
Himanshu Upadhyaya, Daniel Gustafsson, Justin Pryzby.
Continue reading Waiting for PostgreSQL 15 – Documentation for SQL/JSON features
Back in 2018 I wrote why-upgrade.depesz.com – aggregator of changelogs between various versions of Pg.
Want to know what you will get when upgrading from 12.1 to 12.9? Here you go. Longer time changes? Like, from 9.5.20 to 14.1? I've got your back.
It even has a way to list every change that relates to anything related to indexes.
Today I updated the code, again to show which GUCs (configuration parameters) have changed between given versions. For example, getting diff from 13.5 to 14.1 shows you that:
- two parameters were removed, and are no longer there
- there are 17 new parameters
- three parameters had their default values changed
And each GUC that is listed is (well, is supposed to but in some cases it can't) linked to relevant part of docs that describe what it is.
To make it work I compiled every version of Pg, since 7.2 (there have been 410 of them!), and extracted list of config params, and their default values.
Then, I fetched docs for all major versions of Pg, and extracted list of documentation fragments that relate to each config parameter.
This will require more work on each subsequent release, but I think I can manage it.
Any way – hope you'll find it helpful.