Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> We should error out on any explicit encoding that conflicts with the
> client encoding. I don't like the idea of just ignoring an explicit
> encoding decl.

That is an instance of the problem of figuring out which encoding names 
are equivalent, which I believe we have settled on finding impossible.

> Are we going to ensure that what we hand back to another client has
> an appropriate encding decl? Or will we just remove it in all cases?

We can't do the former, but the latter might be doable.

Peter Eisentraut

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