|From:||Dave Page <dpage(at)postgresql(dot)org>|
|To:||Kieran McCusker <kieran(dot)mccusker(at)kwest(dot)info>|
|Subject:||Re: Bug in pgadmin (tested on Beta 5)|
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Kieran McCusker wrote:
> This bug has been around a while, sorry its taken me so long to report it.
> In the sql editor do the following :-
> 1. Open Find and replace
> 2. Check regular expressions
> 3. In Find what enter $
> 4. In Replace with enter anything
> 5. Click Replace All
> pgadmin seems to go into a loop where pgadmin stops responding. Tested
> under Windows (Vista).
Thanks, fixed in SVN.
> As a feature request is it possible to make search and replace work in a
I don't think that would be particularly straightforward given the
current design of that code :-(. It's certainly something I'll bear in
mind next time it gets any sort of overhaul though.
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