On Wed, Oct 28, 2015 at 10:03 AM, Marko Tiikkaja <ma...@joh.to> wrote:
> Hello hello,
> Since the default t/f output for booleans is not very user friendly,
> attached is a patch which enables you to do for example the following:
> =# \pset true TRUE
> Boolean TRUE display is "TRUE".
> =# \pset false FALSE
> Boolean FALSE display is "FALSE".
> =# select true, false;
> bool | bool
> TRUE | FALSE
> (1 row)
> (For anyone reviewing: I didn't touch the parts of describe.c which do this
> for nullPrint:
> myopt.nullPrint = NULL;
> since I thought it was dubious in the first place, and I don't think we
> output booleans in the describe commands.)
-0 on this concept from me. I'm not going to vigorously oppose it, but:
1. You can always do it in the query if you really want it.
2. If you're the sort of person liable to be confused by t/f, you
probably aren't in the target audience for psql anyway.
3. I really don't want to end up with a bunch of features of this type
for a variety of different data types.
But I just work here, and if others feel differently, so be it.
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