Tom Lane wrote:
> Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Ultimately, the result was that glibc was wrong in its locale settings,
> > and there was a suggestion to use defaults only when using the C locale.
> > However, I am worried there are too many locales in the field that only
> > define some of the locale setting, so doing defaults only for the C
> > locale might not work.
> > The minimal patch I wrote (attached), suppresses the default for the
> > thousands separator only if is is the same as the decimal separator.  I
> > think this is the only area where the default could potentially match
> > the locale setting for another field.
> Should we really go introducing strange misbehaviors into our code to
> work around an admitted glibc bug?

Seems there is no interest in handling this specific case, so I withdraw
the patch, but I have added a comment with a date in case we need to
revisit it.

  Bruce Momjian  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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