Neil Conway wrote:
> This patch fixes a bug in the error message emitted by pg_restore on an 
> incorrect -F argument: write_msg() expects its first parameter to be a 
> "module name", not the format string. Patch applied to HEAD. Is this 
> worth backporting?
> BTW, is there a reason that pg_restore seems to accept 'f', 't', or 'c' 
> parameters to this argument, but the documentation only documents 't' 
> and 'c'?

I didn't think pg_restore could use a text file, and I think it emits an
error if you try.  Maybe they accept the flag so they can throw a
meaningful error later.

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