On Aug 24, 2004, at 6:58 PM, Joel wrote:
> Sorry, I guess I wasn't clear. It's almost directly corollary to
> ignoring case. (Almost, but not quite.) Kind of like querying with
> and getting records with "test".
> Which means that the correct solution now is beyond the question of
> did the vendor think you would want. No way the vendor is going to be
> willing to think you really want that, in spite of the number of people
> who want precisely that. We don't yet have a mechanism that works for
> general multiple language solutions.
Right, except for "no locale" (is C locale the same thing?).
> At this point in time, "no locale" is probably close to best practice,
> but it leaves you a lot of work.
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