Stefan Kaltenbrunner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Tom Lane wrote:
>> What I suspect is happening is that lionfish is running the buildfarm
>> script in a non-C locale, in which flex finds that some high-bit-set
>> characters are case-folded by tolower() and accordingly issues this
>> complaint. Now the statements that "it assumes you meant the literal
>> numeric range" and that the behavior is fully determined at compile time
>> (ie, no run-time invocations of tolower(), as indeed are not to be seen
>> in pl_scan.c) seem to mean that we'll get the behavior we want anyway.
>> But the warning is a bit nervous-making.
> hmmm - note that lionfish is not the only box reporting that kind of
> warning - also affected are:
> rosella (which is definitly running in a non-C locale as all the errors
> are in german there)
I looked at the flex source code and it seems that indeed we *should*
expect to see that warning if we run flex in a locale in which any
characters in the range \200-\377 are letters that case-fold to plain
ASCII. Turkish ought to meet that criterion (the ol dotted vs dotless
i business) but I'm not sure about German. I could not get the warning
on plpgsql's scan.l with a local build of flex 2.5.33, though, no matter
what locale I ran it in. Odd.
Anyway, I tweaked plpgsql's Makefile to force LC_CTYPE=C, which
theoretically should silence this warning.
regards, tom lane
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