We unfortunately have column names in tables and views that are the same name as
built-in functions. They’re being formatted as all upper case. But since
they’re column names, I’d rather they were made lower case. Is there
a way to disambiguate this situation? Maybe a formatter option to override the
case rule for built-in functions when they’re also column names?
For example, group_id() is a built-in SQL function. But without the parentheses
it’s a common column name in our schema.
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