Bill Moran wrote:
> Hey all,
> I hope this isn't off-topic or inapropriate to this list ...
> I'm not familiar with the PostgreSQL patch-submittal/development cycle.
> I recently submitted a patch regarding \copy syntax in psql, and I'd
> like to keep an eye on it to see that it gets comitted, or respond if
> there are concerns that would prevent it from being comitted.
> I sent the patch to pgsql-patches(at)postgresql(dot)org two days ago, and
> have heard nothing in reply. Is this typical lag? Is there anywhere
> I can monitor whether this patch is being reviewed or not? Is there
> anything else _I_ should do to assist the comitter?
> Direct suggestions, or links to information would be equally welcome.
I was away during the past week. I will review it and get it into the
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