> I like this conversation as not a day goes by where I don't wish I could
> edit the dump of a database rather than keeping structure entirely
> seperate -- and actually do so in a useful manner. That said, whats the
> possibility of maintaining comments if the SQL dumps actually became
> humanly editable?
From reading the pg_dump source code, pg_dump creates a set of 'COMMENT ON
...' statements that should recreate all the comments associated with an
oid. So - there shouldn't be a problem, should there?
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