Robert Haas <robertmhaas(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> Supporting an include-directory seems harmless to me, and even
> potentially useful. But the only way to solve the problem of
> machine-parsing the config file is to remove the instructions (which
> can only EVER be parsed by human beings) and put them somewhere else.
Uh, that is complete nonsense. The instructions are not a problem.
The ability to have comments at all might be thought to be a problem,
but removing it isn't going to be an acceptable solution.
regards, tom lane
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