On 6/8/14, 11:29 PM, Noah Misch wrote: > The patch did not restore 9.3 behavior for that one. Starting with commit > 6513633, the first line of letters is space-padded on the right to the width > of the second line of letters. To illustrate, I have attached raw psql output > from both commit 6513633 and its predecessor. Also note that > psql-wrapped-expanded-fix-v4.patch expands each [ RECORD x ] header from 509 > bytes to 511 bytes; 509 is the longstanding width.
I noticed that (or perhaps a related) problem today. Here is a simple demo: psql -X -q -t -x -c 'select * from (values (1),(2)) as _ (col)' 9.3: col | 1 ----+-- col | 2 9.4: col | 1 ----+-- col | 2 This breaks check_postgres. (Why check_postgres doesn't use unaligned output is beyond me.) -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (email@example.com) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers