On 2016-01-04 10:35:12 -0500, Robert Haas wrote:
> If we don't know of a specific problem that would be fixed by
> back-patching this commit to pre-9.5 branches, and it seems like we
> don't, then I don't really see much upside to back-patching it.  I
> mean, yeah, we think that this is wrong because we think we know that
> the behavior of Windows is different than what we thought when the
> code was written.  But if we were wrong then, we could be wrong now,
> too.  If so, it would be better to only have broken 9.5.

I think it always was just a typo, given code a few lines down in the
same function, added by the same commit, treated that case differently.

Anyway, I don't have a particularly strong opinion here, so ...

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