Gregory Stark wrote:
> "Bruce Momjian" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > If SQL was not a popular standard, we would drop it.  You and Alvaro are
> > saying that 'm' for meter and 'min' for minute is commonly recognized
> > outside the USA/UK, so that is good enough for me to say that the
> > existing setup is fine.
> Could you expand on your logic here? And why you disagree with my argument
> that which abbreviations are correct is irrelevant in deciding whether we
> should accept other abbreviations.

I suppose the idea is that we don't want to be sloppy about accepting
just anything in postgresql.conf.  I think people are worried that an
'm' in one column might mean something different than an 'm' in another
column, and perhaps that is confusing.

  Bruce Momjian  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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