"Magnus Hagander" <mha(at)sollentuna(dot)net> writes:
> If we want to go all the way, the file should be in Application
> Data\postgresql. The other option is to keep current as
> %USERPROFILE%\.pgpass. But 8.0 is probably the best time ever to change
> it into the subdir (to group the files together).
I was wondering about that. The current behavior on Unix is
which is less than consistent but I'm disinclined to change it.
If we put all these files into a single directory on Windows,
we are going to have a documentation problem because of lack of
consistency between platforms. Should we do it anyway?
regards, tom lane
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