On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 7:51 PM, Alvaro Herrera
>> I think that there probably ought to be a way to display the NOT NULL
>> constraint names (perhaps through \d+). For example, if you're
>> planning to support NOT VALID on top of this in the future, then there
>> needs to be a way to get the constraint's name to validate it.
> Absolutely true. Another thing that needs to be done here is to let the
> ALTER TABLE and ALTER DOMAIN commands use the constraint names; right
> now, they simply let you add the constraint but not specify the name.
> That should probably be revisited.
That, at least, seems like something that should be fixed before commit.
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