Tom Lane wrote:
>> We use the data in various UI elements as well as for reverse
>> engineering the SQL - it's easier to get it broken down than to parse it
>> back out of the complete definition.
> Seems like all the more argument for having functions that extract
> single pieces of information, rather than several pieces (especially
> if some pieces get left off when default).
Well it might well have been if the pgAdmin code didn't already work and
it wasn't so close to release :-)
> For the moment I've reverted pg_get_indexdef() to its prior behavior
> of printing only the index column key or expression when colno!=0.
> We can look at having another function to do the other thing in 8.4.
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