Fabien COELHO wrote: > Fix psql \p to always print what would be executed by \g or \w (Daniel > Vérité) > > Previously \p didn't properly print the reverted-to command after a > buffer contents reset. CLARIFY? > > The fix is linked to the change introduced by Tom when > refactoring/cleaning up in e984ef586 (\if) which change psql's \p > behavior.
That's my recollection as well. The "Previously" does not refer to 9.6, but to that commit. > I'm not sure how this should appear in the release notes. Maybe not at > all, associated to the feature in which the behavioral change was > introduced... There is small change of behavior coming as a by-product of the introduction of /if.../endif blocks. When doing in 9.x: select '1st buffer' \g followed by \e and editing with select '2nd buffer' (without ending the query) and then back in psql doing '\r' and '\p', the result is select '2nd buffer' The same with v10 leads instead to select '1st buffer' I'm not sure whether it's above the level of detail worth being mentioned in the release notes. Best regards, -- Daniel Vérité PostgreSQL-powered mailer: http://www.manitou-mail.org Twitter: @DanielVerite -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (email@example.com) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers