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On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 10:00 PM, kenneth d'souza wrote:
> However,Why does the word "FOREIGN KEY" appear in the last line of your
> output. My original patch had the output like this.
> Referenced by:
> "bar_foo_fkey" IN public.bar(foo) REFERENCES foo(a)
> The keyword "FOREIGN KEY" was removed by me as it would further cause a
Tom reinstated the "FOREIGN KEY" part of the definition when he
committed your patch. I think it's fine with "FOREIGN KEY" left in
there; I don't find it confusing. I actually think it makes the line
more descriptive and obvious.
> Secondly, since the table foo is altered with an addition of a new column
> "bar", it doesn't display in your output. Please double check.
You're right; it was just a copy-paste error I made when I was
composing my email. The actual output from psql shows all columns as
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