On Tue, 2003-04-01 at 14:18, Tom Lane wrote:
> Peter Eisentraut <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Perhaps as a workaround you could invent a standard indentation format and
> > format the rules automatically that way, so that users will be able to
> > find everything in the same place automatically after the second edit
> > cycle.
> Perhaps we could make pg_get_ruledef and friends try to prettyprint
> their output a little better, instead of duplicating such logic in
> various clients (which couldn't do nearly as well at it anyway without
> re-parsing the string :-().
> Does anyone have code that depends on these functions returning
> single-line output?  (I suppose the pg_rules and pg_views views might
> get a bit ugly, but perhaps psql could be taught to format data with
> embedded newlines better than it does now...)

I do -- but the only thing it does is format the output to look better.


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