Paul Ramsey <pramsey(at)refractions(dot)net> writes:
> What the old 7.2 behavior gave us was the ability to dump all tables and
> views, but not dump all the functions and triggers. Is there an
> equivalent to that behavior still around?
Not at the moment. It would be a fine project to add more selectivity
options to pg_dump.
I wouldn't even object to reintroducing * into -t, if it were done
properly (ie, a real wild-card-match implementation, and not just a
two-line kluge that handles the one case) ...
regards, tom lane
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