>>If you know how to encrypt the password, we certainly could
>>supply the option to enter it that way...
> It's just an md5 hash prefixed with 'md5' isn't it?
Don't you just go ALTER USER blah ENCRYPTED PASSWORD 'asdf';
And postgres itself will encrypt it for you.
Your SQL view should show whatever PostgreSQL's pg_dump shows I think.
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