[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Magnus Hagander) writes:
> Re-allow UTF8 encodings on win32. Since UTF8 is converted to 
> UTF16 before being used, all (valid) locales will work for this.

So where do we stand on the Windows locale/encoding business --- are
we happy with the behavior now, or does it still need work?

                        regards, tom lane

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