Oliver Elphick writes:
> I don't like that; it will need to be escaped with \ or the shell will
> substitute the contents of the current directory for the *.
> Why not use `-t all'
Because there might be a table called "all". (Okay, there could be a
table called "*", but really...)
> or `-A'?
We'd need an option letter for tables, triggers, indexes, functions, etc.
> You should also change the help text a bit:
> -t [table], --table[=table] dump for this table only
> gives no hint that omitting `=table' will restore all tables.
Okay, when we decide how to handle it.
Peter Eisentraut peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net http://yi.org/peter-e/
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