Very sorry for rotten subject. I resent the message with correct subject. # Our mail server insisted that the message is spam. sigh.. ==== Hmm... Sorry for immature patch..
> ... and this story hasn't ended yet, because one of the new tests is > failing. See here: > > http://buildfarm.postgresql.org/cgi-bin/show_log.pl?nm=magpie&dt=2012-07-11%2010%3A00%3A04 > > The interesting part of the diff is: ... > SELECT encode(perl_utf_inout(E'ab\xe5\xb1\xb1cd')::bytea, 'escape') > ! ERROR: character with byte sequence 0xe5 0xb7 0x9d in encoding "UTF8" has > no equivalent in encoding "LATIN1" > ! CONTEXT: PL/Perl function "perl_utf_inout" > > > I am not sure what can we do here other than remove this function and > query from the test. I've run the regress only for the environment capable to handle the character U+5ddd (Japanese character which means river)... The byte sequences which can be decoded and the result byte sequences of encoding from a unicode character vary among the encodings. The problem itself which is the aim of this thread could be covered without the additional test. That confirms if encoding/decoding is done as expected on calling the language handler. I suppose that testing for the two cases and additional one case which runs pg_do_encoding_conversion(), say latin1, would be enough to confirm that encoding/decoding is properly done, since the concrete conversion scheme is not significant this case. So I recommend that we should add the test for latin1 and omit the test from other than sql_ascii, utf8 and latin1. This might be archieved by create empty plperl_lc.sql and plperl_lc.out files for those encodings. What do you think about that? regards, -- Kyotaro Horiguchi NTT Open Source Software Center == My e-mail address has been changed since Apr. 1, 2012. -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (email@example.com) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers