>>> What I think we want to distinguish between is things that are
>>> PEBKAC/GIGO, and everything else. In other words, if a particular
>>> error message can be caused by typing something stupid, unexpected,
>>> erroneous, or whatever into psql, it's just an error. But if no
>>> input, however misguided, should ever cause that symptom, then it's, I
>>> don't know what the terminology should be, say, a "severe error".
> I'm strongly in favour of this.
This is *so* not a discussion to have on the pgsql-bugs list. Please
take it to -hackers.
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