On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 9:03 AM, Stephen Frost <sfr...@snowman.net> wrote:
> All, > > I'm not really inclined to do it myself right now, but it'd be awful > nice if we had better table completion for \h. > > Right now, '\h alter<tab>' returns nothing, and '\h alter' returns a > *bunch* of stuff. > > Yet, we happily support '\h alter view' and friends, returning just the > info relevant for that particular command. > > This would be a good starter project for someone new to work on, imv, > tho it could also go on the to-do list. > > Thanks! > > I think the following change in tab-complete.c would do the trick. - else if (Matches1("ALTER")) + else if (TailMatches1("ALTER")) postgres=# \h ALTER AGGREGATE DOMAIN FUNCTION MATERIALIZED VIEW RULE SYSTEM TYPE COLLATION EVENT TRIGGER GROUP OPERATOR SCHEMA TABLE USER CONVERSION EXTENSION INDEX POLICY SEQUENCE TABLESPACE USER MAPPING FOR DATABASE FOREIGN DATA WRAPPER LANGUAGE PUBLICATION SERVER TEXT SEARCH VIEW DEFAULT PRIVILEGES FOREIGN TABLE LARGE OBJECT ROLE SUBSCRIPTION TRIGGER -- Thank you, Beena Emerson Have a Great Day!
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