Not sure about all of your suggestions. Let me see if I can clarify what you're looking for.
> * simply decision if content should be stored in history or not, Do you mean that the user should use a flag to place the result of a query into the history? like: --ans SELECT * FROM cities... Not sure if that's what you mean, but it seems kind of unnecesary. They can just hit the \ans flag beforehand. * simply remove last entry (table) of history That could be useful. What do you think Maciej? * queries should be joined to content, only name is not enough Don't know what you mean. Could you try re-wording that? Ian On Fri, Jun 28, 2013 at 8:49 AM, Pavel Stehule <pavel.steh...@gmail.com>wrote: > Hello > > I am not sure, this interface is really user friendly > > there is not possible "searching" in history, and not every query push > to history some interesting content. > > It require: > > * simply decision if content should be stored in history or not, > * simply remove last entry (table) of history > * queries should be joined to content, only name is not enough > > Regards > > Pavel > > 2013/6/28 Maciej Gajewski <maciej.gajews...@gmail.com>: > > Thanks for checking the patch! > > > > So what's left to fix? > > * Moving the escaping-related functions to separate module, > > * applying your corrections. > > > > Did I missed anything? > > > > I'll submit corrected patch after the weekend. > > > > M > > >