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Re: [GENERAL] translate "bug"?

From: James Olin Oden <joden(at)Lee(dot)k12(dot)nc(dot)us>
To: Stuart Rison <stuart(at)NOJUNK_ludwig(dot)ucl(dot)ac(dot)uk>
Cc: pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: [GENERAL] translate "bug"?
Date: 1998-07-07 21:07:25
Message-ID: 81Jul6.155858edt.35713@gateway.lee.k12.nc.us (view raw or flat)
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> Thanks for that James... I've been trying to work out how to do it for ages!
>
> I have to agree with Richard though, it would be very nice to have it
> within psql.  Furthermore, it would be great if such functionality
> could be extended to all \d? queries.  In fact, and I'm sure there actually
> is a way to this if you're more knowledgeable than I, since most of these
> \d? queries basically yield a 'SQL' table, wouldn't be nice to be able to
> perform SQL on the  (e.g. select * from \df where function = 'int2_text';
> etc.)
>
> Or am I just getting carried away! 8)
>

You know, I think there might be a way to do that, because I believe in some SQL
Databases, you can actually do queries against the catalogs; perhaps you can do
that with Postgress.  I don't know for sure though...james


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