On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 11:34 PM, Tom Lane <t...@sss.pgh.pa.us> wrote:
> A small suggestion is that it'd be better to write it like "Specified
> upper bound \"%s\" precedes lower bound \"%s\"."  I think "succeeds" has
> more alternate meanings than "precedes", so the wording you have seems
> more confusing than it needs to be.  (Of course, the situation could be
> the opposite in other languages, but translators have the ability to
> reverse the ordering if they need to.)

I think that doesn't quite work, because the failure is caused by LB
<= UB, not LB < UB.  We could fix that by writing "precedes or equals"
but that seems lame.  Maybe:

Lower bound %s does not precede upper bound %s.

Robert Haas
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