>> I'm looking for a curses tools to enter data into a PostgreSQL
>> database. Insert and delete tuples change the values of columns,
>> that sort of things.
>> Detecting REFERENCES columns and presenting me with a list of
>> values culled from (SELECT * FROM referenced-table) would be a nice
>> Thanks in advance.
> you may be looking for something different, but i
> think pgadmin3 can do all that - and more.
If I do not misrecall, pgadmin3 is an X-based application, running
atop some combination of WxWindows and GTk.
Curses is something else entirely.
The best chance would be if someone has done a binding of libpq to
I'm not aware that this has happened...
Another possibility would be scripting using the "dialog" tools...
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