Le 18/11/2010 09:08, Guillaume Lelarge a écrit :
> Le 18/11/2010 05:25, Ashesh Vashi a écrit :
>> Hi Guillaume,
>> As long as I do remember, the commandLineClenOption() function was
>> introduced, because of the command-line parameter behaves differently with
>> quote on different platforms.
> I figured that but there's no OS specific code.
>> Though - I have tested your patch (Sorry - I do not have enough time to
>> spend around pgAdmin now-a-days because of the work load).
>> But It will be good - if you can please test the patch on all the platform
>> (specially on windows) with quote in the name for table, user-name, etc
>> before applying this patch.
> I did quite a lot of tests:
> * on Linux
> ticket266=# \d
> List of relations
> Schema | Name | Type | Owner
> S"1 | TN5 | table | guillaume
> S"1 | tn2 | table | guillaume
> public | T1 | table | guillaume
> public | t"3 | table | guillaume
> public | t2 | table | guillaume
> (5 rows)
> * on Windows, much more but I don't have the list here (I created
> tables like t1, t"1, t "1, t" 1, t " 1, and the same for schemas)
> I'll try to have a set of tests to try on the different platforms.
> Unfortunately, I still can't test on MacOSX.
I checked on Linux and Windows, and it works great on both. If someone
can try my patch on Mac OS X, you'll find attached a custom (-Fc) backup
of a small database with every kind of strangely named objects.
> Do you have any specific interesting tests?
And if you have that, I'm really interested.
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