Seems interesting. We already have \c overloaded with stuff like
connect, copy, and copyright, so I guess another one wouldn't hurt. I
will keep this for 7.2. Thanks.
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> (Sorry for the repost. I have amended my previous patch
> with feedback that outputs the new current directory.)
> Here's a patch for a \cd (change dir) command in psql program.
> It's very small and only adds a few lines.
> Personally, I am surprised psql does not have this command.
> It is EXTREMELY useful when \include'ing SQL scripts to set
> up a database schema.
> Hope you like,
> Mark Hamby
> P.S. I am not on the 'psql-patches' list, so responses should
> be sent directly to me for more info or questions.
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