>> In fact, I wonder if we should just fail if we need to prompt for a
>> password and can't open /dev/tty. The function is simple_prompt() and
>> if we can't open /dev/tty, maybe we should just assume the user typed
> Would be okay with me ...
On second thought --- are we creating any portability problems if we
assume /dev/tty exists? In particular, what about the Windows port
of psql? Will it still work?
regards, tom lane
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