> I (thought I) forwarded fixes for the pg_dump constraint syntax
> bug to this list a couple of weeks ago. I added a -c (compatible)
> switch to pg_dump to force it to dump constraints in a syntax that
> pgsql can understand.
> Here's another copy of the diffs (against 6.3.2).
I just applied this patch a few days ago. I e-mailed you asking why
there is an option for this behavour. Seems like it should always be
Please let me know.
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