Tom Lane wrote:
> Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Tom Lane wrote:
> >> This reminds me, someone (Barry?) was griping that SHOW DATESTYLE
> >> doesn't produce a value that SET DATESTYLE will take.  Did we agree
> >> that it was OK to change the output to look like "ISO, US" etc?
> > Is this a TODO?
> No, it's a DONE.

I just tried this with CVS:
        test=> show datestyle;
         ISO with US (NonEuropean) conventions
        (1 row)
        test=> set datestyle = 'ISO with US (NonEuropean) conventions';
        ERROR:  SET DATESTYLE: invalid list syntax

Am I missing something?

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