> > I tend to think that the functionality to give comments to databases
> > should either be redone to work right (for example by storing the comment
> > in a global table (but think about the encoding problems)) or be ripped
> > out. Right now the feature to give a comment to a database you presumably
> > already know (since you connected to it) does not seem to justify the
> > confusion it causes.
> Good analysis. Is removal actually the best solution?
Front-ends like pg_admin actually make pretty good use out of it.
Rod Taylor <rbt(at)rbt(dot)ca>
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