Thursday, October 27, 2005, 6:34:36 PM, you wrote:
TL> Ivan <Ivan-Sun1(at)mail(dot)ru> writes:
>> When I create a function in sql or plpgsql languages,
>> their body text is stored in the database files with
>> 0D 0A line ends (I checked it in a hex editor).
>> If I create plain backup using pg_dump
>> it generates functions with
>> 0D 0D 0A on the end of the body lines,
TL> Good ol' Windows :-(. Try writing the dump file with "pg_dump -f file"
TL> instead of "pg_dump >file" ... does that make it better?
Yes, it does. :)
Thank you very much!
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