No, it doesn't.  I can look into that if you like.  The patch was
entirely to satisfy a need some of our customers have.  The -T switch
does fill a real need for our customers; our product has a couple of tables
that aren't critical if they aren't backed up, but as the product evolves,
we occasionally add more tables.  So it's easier to use a -T switch to
say what *not* to back up, than multiple -t switches to say what to back up.

Well, since you wrote the patch, you'd be better off munging it. Read Tom's comments and see what you can come up with. There's been no decision made yet though on what changes to make however.


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