Excerpts from Kyotaro HORIGUCHI's message of jue jun 21 08:02:58 -0400 2012: > > Ouch! > > > # UtfToLocal() seems to have a bug that always report illegal > > # encoding was "UTF8" regardless of the real encoding. But > > # plper_lc_*.(sql|out) increases if the bug is fixed. > > This is not a bug. The error message "invalid byte sequence for > encoding "UTF8"" meant "invalid INPUT byte sequence as encoding > "UTF8"" not encoding for output.. So the regtest patch covers all > of possible patterns - UTF8 and SQL_ASCII..
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