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Re: [HACKERS] Typo in pg_dump documentation and new suggestion for Release Notes

From: Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us>
To: mike(at)thegodshalls(dot)com
Cc: PostgreSQL-patches <pgsql-patches(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: [HACKERS] Typo in pg_dump documentation and new suggestion for Release Notes
Date: 2007-02-01 05:14:03
Message-ID: 200702010514.l115E3e22148@momjian.us (view raw or flat)
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Sorry we forgot the list this incompatibility in the 8.2.0 release
notes.  I have applied the attached patch to list this item in the 8.2.0
documentation section.  This will appear in the next 8.2.X release.

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Mike G wrote:
> In the online documentation for 8.2, pg_dump page, --table=table section, in the second
> "Note:" paragraph, "rather than the old locution of -n sch -t tab" probably should be
> "rather than the old location of -n sch -t tab"
> 
> 
> Also maybe this section on pg_dump in the release notes page for 8.2 should be changed from
> "pg_dump now supports multiple -n (schema) and -t (table) options, and adds -N and -T
> options to exclude objects. Also, the arguments of these switches can now be wild-card
> expressions rather than single object names, for example -t 'foo*', and a schema can be
> part of a -t or -T switch, for example -t schema1.table1."
> 
> to the following: "pg_dump now supports multiple -n (schema) and -t (table) options, and
> adds -N and -T options to exclude objects. Also, the arguments of these switches can now
> be wild-card expressions rather than single object names, for example -t 'foo*', and a
> schema can be part of a -t or -T switch, for example -t schema1.table1.
> 
> The pre-8.2 syntax for dumping an individual table is no longer supported.  You must
> write something like -t sch.tab to select a table in a particular schema, rather than
> the old location of -n sch -t tab.
> "
> 
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