Tom, et al, * Tom Lane ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: > Ah, I see. No objection to those switch names, at least assuming we > want to stick to positive-logic switches. What did you think of the > negative-logic suggestion (--omit-xxx)?
My preference is for positive-logic switches in general. The place where I would use this patch would lend itself to being more options if --omit-xxxx were used. I expect that would hold true for most people. It would be: --omit-data --omit-post-load --omit-pre-load --omit-post-load --omit-pre-load --omit-data vs. --schema-pre-load --data-only --schema-post-load Point being that I'd be dumping these into seperate files where I could more easily manipulate the pre-load or post-load files. I'd still want pre/post load to be seperate though since this would be used in cases where there's alot of data (hence the reason for the split) and putting pre and post together and running them before data would slow things down quite a bit. Are there use cases for just --omit-post-load or --omit-pre-load? Probably, but I just don't see any situation where I'd use them like that. Thanks, Stephen
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