Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Robert Treat wrote:
> > > I see hardly any use case for showing only user-defined functions
> > > or types by default.  I think consistency is not necessarily
> > > desirable here.
> >
> > See the archives for previous discussion and/or use cases.
> I didn't find any.  Nevertheless, while there are undoubtedly some uses 
> for everything, making this the default behavior does not seem 
> acceptable.

I think the logical issue is that a database with no user tables is
useless/empty, so showing only user tables makes sense, while a database
with no user functions is still useful, and in fact I would think most
databases have no user functions.

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