Hmm, strange. Can you reproduce it on different machine/system? It seems more
problem with getopt in your installation. Check if you have installed updated
version of (g)libc.
David Dunwoody wrote:
> Checked several times, and I was working in a pair, so I have a witness.
> :) It is, of course, possible that it's peculiar to something during the
> compile on my machine, but I've reproduced this on a clean install from
> source (./configure && make && make install).
> Seems remarkable that it really is a bug, as I find it hard to believe
> I'm the first person to use the short opt, but thought it best to report it!
> On 30/01/2008, *Zdenek Kotala* <Zdenek(dot)Kotala(at)sun(dot)com
> <mailto:Zdenek(dot)Kotala(at)sun(dot)com>> wrote:
> David Dunwoody wrote:
> > The following bug has been logged online:
> > Bug reference: 3913
> > Logged by: David Dunwoody
> > Email address: david(dot)dunwoody(at)gmail(dot)com
> > PostgreSQL version: 8.2.6
> > Operating system: SuSE 8.2.6
> > Description: pg_dump -T option not recognised
> > Details:
> > When running pg_dump, the -T option for table exclusion is
> ignored, but
> > --exclude-table does work.
> > Compiled from source.
> It works for me. Can you recheck it again?
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