David Wheeler writes:
> I recompiled --without-readline, and all was well. I think I'll install
> this library myself, but it might be good to have a hint for Darwin
> that uses readline if it finds it, but doesn't fail if it doesn't fine
We just got rid of the behavior you describe because it caused about a
dozen "my cursor keys don't work in psql" complaints a month. Now we hope
it won't cause a dozen "I'm too lazy to type --without-readline"
complaints a month. :-)
> creating template1 database in /usr/local/pgsql/data/base/1...
> Failed to initialize lc_time to ''
This should be OK in the next beta.
> Would it be possible for the default to be that non-default
> functions work as they did before this new feature was added?
No. But we are working on making the upgrade smoother.
Peter Eisentraut peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net
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