Tom Lane wrote:
> I actually was expecting the above example to show me the user function,
> which I was then going to rant about being a lie. But the actual
> behavior is even worse than that.
> There is not anything that is not broken about HEAD's behavior,
> and the sooner we admit that the sooner we can get to a fix.
> Slicing the categorization more finely or in different ways is
> not going to improve matters: the concept that there is a categorization
> that will make it hide requested objects is wrong to begin with.
You can say it is broken, but what is your proposal?
Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us> http://momjian.us
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