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Re: [HACKERS] Re: [INTERFACES] Next release is 7.0(?)

From: Craig Orsinger <orsingerc(at)epg-gw1(dot)lewis(dot)army(dot)mil>
To: pgsql-interfaces(at)postgreSQL(dot)org
Cc: pgsql-hackers(at)postgreSQL(dot)org
Subject: Re: [HACKERS] Re: [INTERFACES] Next release is 7.0(?)
Date: 1999-10-12 23:13:48
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On 11-Oct-99 Bruce Momjian wrote:
> You could make the actual command pg_createuser, and make a symlink of
> createuser, but allow the symlink creation to fail.  Best of both
> worlds, I think.  I vote for underscore.  That's what I normally use. 
> Dashes look too much like command arguments.

        Agreed. I don't like underscores, but hyphens can be worse.
I think the best idea is to use a name that identifies the script as
being a part of PostgreSQL, and can somehow clearly define what the
script is designed to do, and then whatever you choose, _stick_with_it_!
System administrators and programmers can make symbolic links if they
need them.

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Date: 12-Oct-99  Time: 16:10:10

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