Tom Lane wrote:
> "Joshua D. Drake" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> Does this not seem a problem to you?
> No.  8.2 is case-insensitive on timezone names, but prior releases were not.
> I believe the difference you're seeing in 8.1 is that 'PST8PDT' binds to
> the zic database entry by that name, while 'pst8pdt' falls back on the
> POSIX-default rules, which are presumably still the old DST law.

Well in my test case, I explicitly note that PST8PDT != 'PST8PDT' .

That is my actual concern. Before DST it wasn't an issue, now it is. Is
that PostgreSQL's problem? Probably not, but it certainly seems


Joshua D. Drake

>                       regards, tom lane


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