>You got to be kidding. Are you saying that they can't work around the
>lack of this SELECT syntax, but that they _did_ work around the lack of
>stored procedures (and who knows what else) in MySQL?
I have to second this. If they are that lazy, then why don't they just
write a quick procedure to
dynamically write out their queries?
>Is there _no other_ feature they miss in PostgreSQL?
>Anyway, if they want a feature, they can as well fund development of it.
>INSERT with multiple values can't be that hard -- it's never been
>implemented because there has been no real push for it. I don't foresee
>it being implemented in any short term future.
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