Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> >>>Chris KL said it should be done for all on the grounds of consistency.
> >>>But I will happily stop right now if that's not the general view - I'm
> >>>only doing this to complete something I started.
> >>Well, my use-case was to be able to wrap "pg_dump -c" output in
> >>begin/commit tags and being able to run and re-run such dumps without
> >>errors. Basically I don't like 'acceptable errors' when restoring dumps
> >>:) They just confuse newer users especially.
> >>I also just like consistency :)
> >Makes sense.
> What's the consensus on this? Nobody else has chimed in, so I'm inclined
> to do no more on the gounds of insufficient demand. Let's decide before
> too much bitrot occurs, though.
I kind of liked it, but I think I was the only one.
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