On 08/15/2014 04:58 PM, Bruce Momjian wrote:
On Fri, Aug 15, 2014 at 10:40:59PM +0900, Fujii Masao wrote:
Heh. I'm not particularly averse to changing this, but I guess I
don't see any particular benefit of changing it either. Either comma
or comma-space is a legal separator, so why worry about it?
This change might cause me to update the existing documents (which
I need to maintain in my company) including the output example of
default search_path. If the change is for the improvement, I'd be
happy to do that, but it seems not.
Also there might be some PostgreSQL extensions which their regression test
shows the default search_path. This patch would make their developers
spend the time to update the test. I'm sure that they are fine with that if
it's for an improvement. But not.
Well, rename GUC often too for clearity, so I don't see adjusting
white-space as something to avoid either. It is always about short-term
adjustments vs. long-term clarity.
I think this is an improvement, although a really minor one. Although
Robert & Fujii questioned if this is worth it, I didn't hear anyone
objecting strongly, so committed.
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