Andrew Dunstan <andrew(at)dunslane(dot)net> writes:
> Dave Page wrote:
>> It might also be useful to create such a database at initdb time so
>> newbies have something interesting to look at right away.
> No, there is no need to clutter every installation in the world with
> such a database. You could make it an addon module, or a pgfoundry project.
The whole thing strikes me as extreme overkill, not to mention a
misunderstanding of what an example is supposed to be for. If we're
going to insist that every example in the docs work when
copied-and-pasted into an empty database, then simple and to-the-point
examples will be history. Instead of one-liners we'll have clutter.
regards, tom lane
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