Sorry, one more thing.  :-(

Let me add that I am not 100% sold on the idea either, but using the
logic I outlined, I don't see how we can continue to do nothing about
this issue, and I am afraid delay will only make an inevitable fix
harder.  Maybe we will have to wait 2-3 years before we can make a non-E
string handle backslashes literally.


Christopher Kings-Lynne wrote:
> > Yep, you probably are.  The hurt is backward compatibility, but the gain
> > is greater portability with other database systems.
> It's just going to break millions of PHP scripts :(
> Chris
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