At 2014-06-30 12:48:30 +0200, pavel.steh...@gmail.com wrote:
> + <para>
> + Print a failed SQL commands to standard error output. This is
> + equivalent to setting the variable <varname>ECHO</varname> to
> + <literal>errors</literal>.
No "a", just "Print failed SQL commands …".
> - <option>-e</option>.
> + <option>-e</option>. If set to <literal>error</literal> then only
> + failed queries are displayed.
Should be "errors" here, not "error".
> printf(_(" -a, --echo-all echo all input from script\n"));
> + printf(_(" -b --echo-errors echo failed commands sent to
> printf(_(" -e, --echo-queries echo commands sent to server\n"));
Should have a comma after -b to match other options. Also I would remove
"sent to server" from the description: "echo failed commands" is fine.
Otherwise looks fine. I see no reason to wait for further feedback, so
I'll mark this ready for committer if you make the above corrections.
At some point, you should probably also update your --help-variables
patch to add this new value to the description of ECHO.
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