Alvaro Herrera <alvherre(at)commandprompt(dot)com> writes:
> Tom Lane wrote:
>> That information is already available to pgAdmin, and has been since
>> 7.4; if they are failing to exploit it that's their problem not libpq's.
> Aye, that's fine. I don't really know if pgAdmin uses the info or not.
> I thought the proposal to remove the "at character N" in the error
> message meant that the only way to get that information would be from
> the "LINE Y: ...\n[some whitespace]^" message, which would be pretty
You should reflect on the fact that psql is currently generating that
line from outside libpq ...
regards, tom lane
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