Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> Bruce Momjian wrote:
> >Tom Lane wrote:
> >>"Luiz K. Matsumura" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> >>>I modified pg_dumpall.c lines between 160 and 270 to add a #ifndef
> >>>WIN32... #endif clause to pgdumpopts to store
> >>>the parameters with double quotations intead simple quotation marks in
> >>>case of WIN32 ports
> >>This seems unnecessarily ugly. Why not just go over to double quotes?
> >The patch was actually posted backward so maybe it wasn't clear but the
> >change is to use double quotes instead of single quotes for Win32
> >arguments just like we do in other cases in pg_dumpall.c.
> >Single quotes do not behave the same as single quotes in the WIn32
> >CMD.EXES processor. For example, DIR "" and DIR '' produce different
> Yes, but wasn't Tom's point that we could use double quotes on Unix too?
> That makes sense to me unless we expect some horrible interpolation effects.
Oh, OK. Well, if we use double-quotes we don't allow double-quotes in
the input, as well adding handling of dollar signs and other things.
Single quotes are more robust under Unix and I don't want to risk
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