Am Donnerstag, 14. Juli 2005 15:53 schrieb Neil Conway:
> How would this help? ISTM you are just suggesting we replace "conforming
> to SQL:2003" with "conforming with the SQL standard", and a note in the
> appendix that indicates by "SQL standard" we actually mean "SQL:2003".

I recall that most mentions of "SQL:1999" were specially not spelled "SQL 
standard" because the feature was not present in earlier versions.  That is, 
we gave the version number only when it was important.  Now by replacing that 
with "SQL:2003" leads ad absurdum and should just be replaced with "SQL 
standard".

Unless you also plan to replace all mentions of "SQL standard" with 
"SQL:2003".

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Peter Eisentraut
http://developer.postgresql.org/~petere/

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