Tom Lane wrote:
> Peter Eisentraut <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > I think it would be better to put it under one of the generic 
> > subdirectories, such as src/utils/timezone.  We may have to add 
> > additional libraries of this kind in the future, and it would be better 
> > to have them grouped somehow.
> The closest precedent we have at the moment is src/backend/regex, which
> is a fairly large library that we imported lock-stock-and-barrel.
> However, this precedent wouldn't hold if the code needs to be usable
> from non-backend code.  ecpg seems to want to use the tz code ...

I asked if ecpg should use the same timezone database as the server and
someone said it could just use the local one.  

I was concerned ecpg would be reading structure and had to assume the
timezones split up the same way as the server.

> Right at the moment I am thinking we may end up keeping only about one
> file out of the existing src/timezone import, so maybe it doesn't need
> a whole subdirectory anyway?

Not sure, but it is easy to move.

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