Tom Lane wrote:
> Joe Conway <mail(at)joeconway(dot)com> writes:
>>It sorts on "Schema" first, and "Name" second.
>> List of relations
>> Name | Schema | Type | Owner
>> __testpassbyval | public | view | postgres
>> fooview | public | view | postgres
>> master_pg_proc | public | view | postgres
>> rmt_pg_proc | public | view | postgres
>> vw_dblink_get_pkey | public | view | postgres
>> vw_dblink_replace | public | view | postgres
>> ts_view | testschema | view | postgres
> It seems rather odd and confusing that the sort order takes the second
> column as the major key. I think that the sort ordering should be
> column 1 then 2. That means either putting the schema column first,
> or keeping this column ordering and sorting on relname before schema.
> I lean towards the first choice but can see a case for the second.
> regards, tom lane
OK -- I see your point on the second option, but I also lean towards the
first. I'll change it to schema column first, order by column 1 then 2.
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