> On Apr 01 07:07, Neil Conway wrote:
>> One question about behavior: in the attached patch, omitting an argument
>> to \connect or specifying "-" are treated equivalently -- the value for
>> that parameter from the previous connection is used, otherwise NULL (for
>> the libpq default). Is this what people want? (One possible complaint is
>> that once you specify a parameter, you can't get back to the libpq
>> default without specifying it explicitly.)

> Won't it be better if we distinguish between "default" and "current"
> value of a parameter with '-' (for the "current") and '+' (for the
> "default") characters? For example:

That seems like a frammish without sufficient use-case.  You can always
quit and restart psql to get back to the defaults.

                        regards, tom lane

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