On Apr 02 12:37, Tom Lane wrote:
> Volkan YAZICI <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > 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.

You can always quit and restart psql with new connection parameters.
In this situation, we shouldn't bother with \c too. Don't they share
the same use-case? (If there's any.)


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