> >>Do we need this? .pgpass is maintained automatically from pgAdmin.
> >No it's not :-) Not if you want to use wildcards, for
> example. Or did I
> >miss some way of doing that?
> Ok. Hope users don't get confused that pgAdmin uses two ways
> to (partially :-) maintain the file.
Users are alreayd confused because pgadmin doesn't tell them that the
"save your password" checkbox affects all non-pgadmin applications as
(Yes, I've been bitten myself. And had to explain it to several others
that hav ebeen..)
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