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Translators wanted for PostgreSQL

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If you want to see the upcoming release PostgreSQL 7.4 speak your favorite
language, you are invited to contribute to the translation of the message
strings in PostgreSQL. After the latest beta release of PostgreSQL (7.4
beta 4), a string freeze has been called, which means that the developers
will from now on try to avoid changing any message strings so that
translators can go about their work without interference.

If you are interested in contributing, see the instructions at
<http://developer.postgresql.org/~petere/nls.php> for further information.

For those languages and translators that have already done a significant
amount of work, this is a call to start fixing up the remaining missing
pieces in time for the 7.4 release.

For those languages that still need a significant amount of work, do not
worry about the 7.4 release date. There will always be a 7.4.1 release.

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Peter Eisentraut pe*****@gmx.net
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Hi all

What values does PQstatus return in case of
CONNECTION_OK and
CONNECTION_BAD?

Thanks
Conni


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