Bernd Helmle <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> please find attached a patch which implements psql command aliases. They 
> work the same way as on bash, zsh and others, for example:

> #= \alias d \dt+
> #= \d

Do we really want such a thing?  The space of backslash command names
is so densely populated already that it's hard to imagine creating
aliases without conflicting with existing (or future) command names
--- as indeed your example does.  It seems like mostly a recipe for

                        regards, tom lane

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