Tom Lane wrote:
> In current sources:
> regression=# create table tt1 (i2 int2, i4 int4, f8 float8,
> regression(# \r
> Query buffer reset (cleared).
> regression(# select 2;
> regression(# -- nothing happens because psql still wants a right paren
> Not sure if there is any other state that needs to be reset along
> with the paren counter.
Are you sure you are running current?
test=> create table tt1 (i2 int2, i4 int4, f8 float8,
Query buffer reset (cleared).
test=> select 2;
This was fixed in my post 7.2 patch.
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