On 3/21/14, 4:54 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
Merlin Moncure <mmonc...@gmail.com> writes:
There is no way for psql to handle that case though unless you'd strip
*all* BOMs encountered.  Compounding this problem is that there's no
practical way AFAIK to send multiple file to psql via single command
line invocation.  If you pass multiple -f arguments all but one is
ignored.


Well, that seems like a solvable but rather independent problem.
I guess one issue is how you'd define the meaning of --single ...
one transaction per run, or one per file?

Well, if you're catting multiple files into psql -1, you'd get all the files in 
one transaction, right? So I'd say that's what should happen.
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