Hi Simon, On 03/02/14 10:43, Simon Riggs wrote: > > Singular: > > "The following process is holding the lock: A. The request queue > > consists of: B." > > > > Plural: > > "Following processes are holding the lock: A, B. The request queue > > consists of: C." > > Seems too complex. How about this... > > "Lock holder(s): A. Lock waiter(s) B" > "Lock holder(s): A, B. Lock waiter(s) C"
This is basically the same as before, it is even shorter. The complaint was that I don't use a whole sentence in this error detail. Won't the change fulfill the same complaint? To be honest, I'd like to stick with your earlier proposal: Singular: Process holding the lock: A. Request queue: B Plural: Processes holding the lock: A, B. Request queue: C, D This seems to be a good trade-off between project guidelines, readability and parsability. Best regards, -- Christian Kruse http://www.2ndQuadrant.com/ PostgreSQL Development, 24x7 Support, Training & Services
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