>> 2. Make keywords' case follow to input
>> Allow the keywords suggested along with databse objects to
>> follow the input letter case. The core part of this patch is a
>> new function additional_kw_query(), which dynamically generates
>> additional query string with specified keywords in the desired
>> letter case. COMPLETE_WITH_* macros are modified to accept the
second patch is working, but I don't think it is enough documented
what is addon in COMPLETE_WITH_QUERY(query, addon)? semantics, usage?
in 99% the addon is "" when macro
COMPLETE_WITH_SCHEMA_QUERY,COMPLETE_WITH_QUERY is used. Maybe a
introduction of new macros with nonempty addon parameter should be better.
> 3. Fix suggested keywords to follow input in tab-completion session 2
>> The 2nd patch above leaves some query string containing static
>> keyword strings, which results in failure to follow input
>> letter cases. Most of them are naturally removed but role names
>> are a bother. This patch puts additional query strings for
>> several usage of roles but it might be overdone.
this patch looks well
>> 4. Introduce word shift and removal feature to psql-completion
>> This is the second core for the flexibility of completion code.
>> The word shift feature is the ability to omit first several
>> words in *MatchesN macros. For example this allows complete
>> create-schema's schema elements in a natural code. (Currently
>> those syntaxes that can be a schema elements are using
>> TailMatches instead of Matches, as the result HeadMatches are
>> not available there). The words removing feature is the ability
>> to (desructively) clip multiple suceessive words in the
>> previous_words list. This feature allows suceeding completion
>> code not to care about the removed words, such like UNIQUE,
>> CONCURRENTLY, VERBOSE and so on.
I am thinking so commit's description should be inside README
>> 5. Add suggestion for IF (NOT) EXISTS for some syntaxes
>> This adds IF (NOT) EXISTS suggestion, as a PoC. This patch no
>> loger covers all adoptable syntaces since the places where more
>> than boilerplating is required are omitted.
>> Kyotaro Horiguchi
>> NTT Open Source Software Center