Erwin Brandstetter wrote:
> dpage(at)postgresql(dot)org wrote:
>> Erwin Brandstetter wrote:
>>> dpage(at)postgresql(dot)org wrote:
>>>> And in case you were wondering, we use the wxTE_RICH flag to allow
>>>> the control to hold more than 64KB of text (though I do wonder if
>>>> that's actually still required).
>>> Now that you have disabled editing bytea, it might not be needed
>> Why? Text/varchar can hold up to a gigabyte iirc.
> Right. But who would possibly dream of editing gigabytes in pgAdmin? And
> don't you have an option "Max. characters per column" in place, which
> could prevent excess data?
The Max chars option is for the query tool. And no, I quite agree about
editting a gigabyte of text, however it's not beyond the realms of
possibility for someone to want to paste say, 100Kb of logfile into the
grid. I've certainly done so myself in the past.
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