2017-01-23 19:09 GMT+01:00 Corey Huinker <corey.huin...@gmail.com>:
> Another suggestion to come out of the \quit_if discussion was that someone
> might want to send a return code other than 0 back. Something like this:
> \quit 4
> or even:
> \set exit_code 127
> \quit :exit_code
> This isn't a personal need of mine, but I figured it was an idea worth
> discussing on its own.
\quit exit_code is better - if we define some special variable, then we
have to specify when it should be used and when not. Taking value from
command is clean without any another questions.