> I think the original complaint was misguided and we should not do
> anything about it.  IIRC the complaint amounted to "I have hundreds of
> schemas and it annoys me that \dn shows them all".  How is this
> different from putting hundreds of tables into one schema and then being
> annoyed because \dt shows them all?  We have other mechanisms available
> for making \dn selective (ie, you can use a name pattern).  If \dn is
> restricted to showing only schemas in your search path, it will become
> useless.

I completely agree.  It's like saying that \l should only show databases
you are currently connected to...


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