On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 13:08, John Payne <jcpayne(at)uw(dot)edu> wrote:
> A statistics program I use (R) has a simple and elegant
> solution: it drops the cursor one line and puts in a “+” sign.
Just for jollies, try typing this in:
\set PROMPT2 '+%# '
... and then try a command, intentionally omitting the semicolon:
postgres=# SELECT * FROM users
... and see if you like the results. If there's enough acclaim for
it, perhaps Tom will consider making it the default.
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