> I would like to use pgsl as an interpreter (in the sense of
> execve(2)). In short, if a file begins with the line
> #! /path/to/psql -f
> it should be interpretable by psql. The normal semantics of execve(2)
> ensure that this will work perfectly (indeed a file containing
> "#!/path/to/psql -l" works as expected), except for psql's nasty habit
> of not interpreting the first line as a comment.
Given that # is not a comment introducer in SQL, I would consider
it a bug if it did.
You should instead write a shell script that invokes psql.
regards, tom lane
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