On Wed, Jul 13, 2016 at 5:44 PM, Fabien COELHO <coe...@cri.ensmp.fr> wrote:

>> I do not think changing this is appropriate.  All you are likely to
>> accomplish is breaking code that does what its author wanted.
> Hmmm... My 0.02€: Currently this feature is NOT documented, so somehow it
> is not supported, and relying on it seems risky, as it is really a side
> effect of the current implementation. If it becomes documented, it could be
> made to behave sanely at the same time...

​To me it has sane and well-defined behavior - if maybe rarely useful.

Why would you choose to execute "SELECT 1 \; SELECT 2;" instead of "SELECT
1; SELECT 2;"​ in a setup where the behavior of both strings is identical?
Or, rather, how would they differ?

David J.

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