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Teach predtest.c that "foo" implies "foo IS NOT NULL".

Per complaint from Peter Holzer.  It's useful to cover this special case,
since for a boolean variable "foo", earlier parts of the planner will have
reduced variants like "foo = true" to just "foo", and thus we may fail
to recognize the applicability of a partial index with predicate
"foo IS NOT NULL".

Back-patch to 9.5, but not further; given the lack of previous complaints
this doesn't seem like behavior to change in stable branches.
latest commit dea1491ffb
Tom Lane authored

README

PostgreSQL Database Management System
=====================================

This directory contains the source code distribution of the PostgreSQL
database management system.

PostgreSQL is an advanced object-relational database management system
that supports an extended subset of the SQL standard, including
transactions, foreign keys, subqueries, triggers, user-defined types
and functions.  This distribution also contains C language bindings.

PostgreSQL has many language interfaces, many of which are listed here:

	http://www.postgresql.org/download

See the file INSTALL for instructions on how to build and install
PostgreSQL.  That file also lists supported operating systems and
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distribution; it can be read as described in the installation
instructions.

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