Peter T Mount writes:
> > Suggestions: sql, esql, pq, ecpg ...
> pq seems to be a little too short to me.
> I'd have thought sql, or libpq. ecpg could be used as well for clients
> that use ecpg.
How about adding things like proc since we are able to parse most of the
> While thinking about this, an alternative could be the network protocol
> being used, tcp or unix (although the server part of the url would be
> ignored for this one).
That one makes even more sense IMO. If it's unix, the server only can be the
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