> I said:
> > Hm. Shouldn't psql's \dS ignore temp items, since \d and \di do?
> Wait a sec --- I was confusing \dS (display system tables) with \ds
> (display sequences). It looks like the latter should get it right
No relations found.
> Possibly it does make sense to suppress temp items in \dS, but there
> isn't precedent for it. We should discuss it on its own merits.
If we don't show temp items with \dS we need another backslash command
to show temp stuff. Doesn't seem worth it, especially since we don't
show much info about temp stuff except that numeric name.
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