Fujii Masao wrote:
> In HEAD, psql using conninfo fails in connecting to the server as follows.
> $ bin/psql "host=localhost"
> psql: FATAL: database "host=localhost" does not exist
> This is because the recently-introduced PQconnectStartParams()
> doesn't handle correctly the dbname parameter containing '='.
Hmm, I don't think that was ever really supposed to work, it was
accidental that it did. I certainly didn't realize you could do that.
The documented way to do that is:
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