Robert Haas wrote:
> I agree that search and replace isn't that hard, but I don't find the
> proposed construction awkward, and we have various uses of it in the
> docs already. Actually the COPY one is not quite clear whether it
> means <= 7.3 or < 7.3.
Yeah, I wouldn't have suggested it if it made the wording particularly
difficult in the process. I don't know what your issue with the COPY
"The following syntax was used before PostgreSQL version 7.3 and is
I can't parse that as anything other than "<7.3"; now sure how can
someone read that to be "<="?
In any case, the two examples you gave are certainly good for showing
the standard practices used here. Specific version numbers are strewn
all about, and if there's commits mentioning 8.5 already in there one
more won't hurt.
Greg Smith 2ndQuadrant Baltimore, MD
PostgreSQL Training, Services and Support
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