from all libpq-using applications not just psql.  We could make this
conditional on the error verbosity --- in "terse" mode the "LINE N"
output wouldn't appear, and "at character N" still would.  Applications
should already be expecting multiline outputs from PQerrorMessage if
they're in non-terse mode, so this ought to be OK.  Comments?



Sounds like it'd be handy in phpPgAdmin...


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