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Four years later, people were saying:

>> OK, this new patch prints a warning on any major version
>> mismatch, newer or older.
>
> I would suggest showing both the client and server versions that
> mismatched. If you're in a scenario with several versions on the same
> machine of both client and server (hosting scenario, I'd imagine), that
> would certainly help.

This all seems so familiar somehow... :)

http://archives.postgresql.org/pgsql-patches/2001-11/msg00184.php

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