Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:01576] postgres"
    on 00/02/25, ts <decoux / moulon.inra.fr> writes:

| Apparently all errors in postgres are fatal, it's normal ?
| In this example 'aa' is an invalid column name.

PGError is (wrongly) subclass of Exception.  Please specify PGError
explicitly in rescue clause, e.g.

  begin
    conn = PGconn.connect("", -1, "", "", "microsat", $USER, $PASS)
    print "HERE #{conn}\n"
    result = conn.exec("select aa from donnees")
  rescue PGError
    print "ERROR\n"
  ensure
    conn.close;
  end

It should be subclass of StandardError, in fact I fixed it locally,
and forgot to release.  X-<

I'll release Ruby/Postgres-0.5.4 real soon.

							matz.
p.s.
And new Ruby/Postgres maintainer is wanted.