On Mon, May 14, 2007 at 06:26:42PM +0100, Gregory Stark wrote:
> "Jim C. Nasby" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Since this command will be getting used very frequently by anyone using
> > concurrent connections interactively, it'd be nice if it was lower-case.
> > It looks like that limits us to j, k, m, n, v, and y. In unix this idea
> > is about jobs, what about using \j?
> Well currently it's not really terribly interesting to use interactively since
> you could always just start a second shell and run a second instance of psql.
> I really only have regression tests in mind for it. That's why I don't find it
> a problem at all to only extend \g and not semicolon handling.
> That said, I think a next step for this for interactive use would be to handle
> C-z to "background" the currently running query. So perhaps it does make sense
> to keep use cases like that when deciding on command names now.
Yeah, I think having the ability to open up another connection within
psql will turn out to be very useful from an interactive standpoint; \c&
(or whatever command we use to duplicate the current connection) is
going to be a lot easier to enter than actually starting up a new psql
in many production environments.
Jim Nasby [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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