Could this be back patched to the older versions as well?

On Tue, 30 Aug 2005, Bruce Momjian wrote:

Josh Berkus wrote:

They've been broken on a fairly regular basis in past releases.
Certainly 7.3 broke every single one because of the addition of
schema syntax ...

Yeah, and we warned people about it, as I recall.   Also, we had about 25x
less users then.   I think we should put something in the release notes:

WARNING: 8.1's "psql" is not completely backwards-compatible with previous
versions of PostgreSQL.

Here is a patch that will print out (in interactive mode only) a warning
message if a newer client connects to an older major numbered server.

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