On Mon, 20 Feb 2012 22:14:32 +0100, Susanne Ebrecht
> Am 20.02.2012 21:55, schrieb Tom Lane:
>> It seems to boil down to whether you think the "Modifiers" column
>> contains SQL, or a textual description of the column's properties.
>> I could go either way on that, but I notice that the existing code
>> is in the habit of truncating the default expression at 128 characters.
>> If we want to decide that we're printing real, copy-and-pastable SQL,
>> that seems like a bad idea. On the other hand, if we're printing
>> informational text, it's not an unreasonable thing.
>> regards, tom lane
> We might also have a culture difference here.
> I discovered it during a demonstration in my training class.
> The whole class laughed - when they read "Vorgabewert" instead of
> Maybe Germans aren't used to have a translation here - Maybe French folk
> is used to have a translation here.
French folks are used to have translations everywhere. And if they don't,
they scream :)
I don't say it's a good thing :)
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