On 03/09/2011 09:36 PM, Gurjeet Singh wrote:
If we folded \ir into \i then what would you want `\i 1.sql` to do?
Read 1.sql from $HOME or the one that is main.sql's sibling.
Should stuff break when it has a legitimately accessible path in it
just because that path is relative?
Given the above test case, I think it'd be best if we introduced a new
command for this feature.
I agree there's a good case for the new feature. I think someone
mentioned tab completion upthread, and that doesn't make so much sense
to me. This only makes sense nested in a script - in fact if it's not
called from inside an included script (via -f or \i) it should possibly
error out (if it already does this I apologise - I haven't looked at the
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