FYI, the patch author and survey requestor has withdrawn the patch with
the following comment:

> I think we can reject this patch. I don't process yet output from survey
> on general, but it seems that more users prefer pg_ prefix, but idea of
> "pgc" command seems to be better. I think it is good idea for 9.0 release.

The TODO item has been removed as well:

        * Prefix command-line utilities like createuser with 'pg_'


Zdenek Kotala wrote:
> Tom Lane napsal(a):
> > Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> >> Where are we on this?  Tom thinks we don't want this.  TODO has:
> >>    * Prefix command-line utilities like createuser with 'pg_'
> >>
> > 
> >> I think we need to make a decision.
> > 
> > Well, I don't have any particular objection to adding pg_ prefixes
> > as alternate names for the existing scripts.  However, it's not clear
> > what is the point unless we have the intention to remove the old names
> > at some time in the foreseeable future.  And the consensus of the
> > previous thread on -patches seemed to be that nobody except Zdenek
> > was very eager to do that.
> Yeah, I have to had two reason for this patch. First is my personal, because 
> I 
> don't like these names since 1999. And second is that Solaris architects do 
> not 
> like these names. Especially createdb and createuser. It could clash with 
> some 
> system utility.
> > In any case, there is no value in discussing this further on -patches
> > since the readers of this list already weighed in.  If you want to
> > make a decision then it needs to be made on -hackers or -general.
> I think both are important (maybe general is more important). Maybe we can 
> put 
> also a survey on webpage.
> On other side. The question is also if we really still need these utilities? 
> If 
> you look on them there are missing features. E.g vacuumdb does not allow make 
> VACUUM FREEZ or set some modern version of vacuum parameters. There is not 
> createtablespace command and so on...
>               Zdenek

  Bruce Momjian  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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