Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> The messages output by the "scripts" always seemed unnecessary to me, e.g.,
> $ createdb foo
> CREATE DATABASE
> A Unix program (hi Magnus) shouldn't need to say anything if the requested
> action succeeded.
> I believe the history of this output is actually that these scripts simply
> used to call psql and no one really questioned why the output should be this
> way. There are also some inconsistencies, e.g., createlang doesn't output
> anything, and createuser outputs CREATE ROLE.
> I would just remove all this, but I suppose this will be controversial?
And what about replace all "scripts" by one command e.g pg_cmd with
pg_cmd create database <...>
create role ...
drop database ...
It solves potential name collision (for example createuser should
collide with other unix command) and output is easy maintainable in one
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