Tom Lane wrote:
> Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
> > Using \d on, say, information schema views is completely hilarious
> > because the column name/data type information is usually scrolled off
> > the screen by the immense view definition.
> > Could we change this perhaps so that the full view definition is only
> > shown with \d+ when the view definition is longer than N characters or N
> > lines or some other suitable cutoff. Ideas?
> The same complaint could be made for any table with more than
> twenty-some columns. Seems like a more general answer would be
> for \d output to go through the pager ...
I think the fix is to have psql add the number of lines in headers and
footers to the calculation that decides whether to use the pager or not.
Right now I think it only considers data rows.
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