Tom Lane wrote:
> Still and all, I will hold still for having it be installed by default
> as long as there is a simple way for the DBA to change that default
> --- let's say, roughly as simple as it is now for the DBA to make it the
> default if he wishes (ie "create language plpgsql" in template1) and
> revoke that again if he changes his mind ("drop language plpgsql" in
> template1). initdb-time switches are not an adequate answer, not least
> because most packagers don't make it easy to control them.
The way I intended to do it would indeed allow it to be undone simply by
executing 'drop language plpgsql' in template1.
I'm not clear about what else you want.
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