On 11.04.11 10.05, Øystein Grøvlen wrote:
>>> > + static uint determine_search_depth(JOIN* join, uint search_depth);
>>> I assume this is static in order to be able to call it from the
>>> initialization list. I think I would prefer, making this a non-static
>>> member function, remove the join parameter, and moving the
>>> initialization to the body of the constructor.
>> It means that search_depth will no longer be const in the class. Is that
> Good point.
> It is OK with me, but I will leave it to you to decide.
I think I keep it static. Copying it to the new class becomes pretty meaningless
if it is modifiable, in particular when we have the argument
current_search_depth supplied to the member functions as well.
I made the determine_search_depth() function independent of join, btw, by adding
table_count as argument.
>>> > + DBUG_ASSERT((join_tables& join->const_table_map) == 0);
>>> I do not think this assert is meaningful. Given the assignement
>>> above, it should always be true.
>> It will become meaningful when the second patch is added ;)
> I think that means that the assert really belongs to the second patch.
Of course :)