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lower/upper support and cyrillic

Hi ,

I tesetd the lower/upper support and cyrillic and it looks broken.

My system:
pg 7.4.3
freebsd 5.2.1.

I created my database with 'UNICODE'.

Is it my mistake or realy pg do not support correctly lower and upper ?

I readet also the ToDo and do not find this task.

reagards,
ivan.

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Nov 23 '05 #1
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Ivan,

you need 8.0, which is in beta3 stage, to have it working.

Oleg
On Wed, 6 Oct 2004, pginfo wrote:
Hi ,

I tesetd the lower/upper support and cyrillic and it looks broken.

My system:
pg 7.4.3
freebsd 5.2.1.

I created my database with 'UNICODE'.

Is it my mistake or realy pg do not support correctly lower and upper ?

I readet also the ToDo and do not find this task.

reagards,
ivan.

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Regards,
Oleg
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Nov 23 '05 #2
On Wed, Oct 06, 2004 at 08:00:57AM +0200, pginfo wrote:

Hi,
I tesetd the lower/upper support and cyrillic and it looks broken.

My system:
pg 7.4.3
freebsd 5.2.1.

I created my database with 'UNICODE'.

Is it my mistake or realy pg do not support correctly lower and upper ?
This was fixed in 8.0, so yes, you are right that 7.4 does not behave
correctly.
I readet also the ToDo and do not find this task.


Done tasks were removed from the to-do list few days ago.

--
Alvaro Herrera (<alvherre[a]dcc.uchile.cl>)
"Having your biases confirmed independently is how scientific progress is
made, and hence made our great society what it is today" (Mary Gardiner)
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Nov 23 '05 #3
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I tesetd the lower/upper support and cyrillic and it looks broken.
[...]
Is it my mistake or realy pg do not support correctly lower and upper ?


Yes, pg 7.x does not support upper/lower in UNICODE.
This has been fixed in 8.0

Mit freundlichem Gruß / With kind regards
Holger Klawitter
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Nov 23 '05 #4
Hi Oleg and Alvaro,

It is great news for me.

I will test it next week in beta 3 and will waiting for the release.

regards,
iavn.

Alvaro Herrera wrote:
On Wed, Oct 06, 2004 at 08:00:57AM +0200, pginfo wrote:

Hi,
I tesetd the lower/upper support and cyrillic and it looks broken.

My system:
pg 7.4.3
freebsd 5.2.1.

I created my database with 'UNICODE'.

Is it my mistake or realy pg do not support correctly lower and upper ?


This was fixed in 8.0, so yes, you are right that 7.4 does not behave
correctly.
I readet also the ToDo and do not find this task.


Done tasks were removed from the to-do list few days ago.

Nov 23 '05 #5

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