Tom Lane said:
> "Andrew Dunstan" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> ISTM that a very simple alternative would be to force pg_dump to
>> inhibit dollar quoting for non-text dumps.
> I don't want to do that, but I did think that a simpler alternative
> would be to inhibit pg_restore from attempting to parse FUNCTION
> entries.  I can't see any strong need for it to do so.
> (I haven't had time to review Philip's patch either... but I think
> Bruce was asking whether to put it on the "awaiting review" list...
> definitely yes.)

OK. Not sure I understand why, though - the whole point of putting dollar
quoting into pg_dump was to make text dumps nicer to read, I thought (and I
outght to know ;-) ). Once the function is created you have no idea at all
if the body was originally dollar quoted or not.



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