--On söndag, mars 27, 2005 20.11.48 +0200 Magnus Hagander
>> As for general collation of unicode, the reason for me to use
>> ICU is that
>> my system does not support strcoll correctly for multibyte
>> locales, as I
>> mentioned earlier. I also noted that even for systems that do handle
>> strcoll correctly for unicode, ICU claims to be a couple of magnitudes
>> faster, so this patch might be useful for other systems (read
>> Linux) as
>> well. See previous emails for details.
> Does it work on win32? If so, perhaps it could help with the lack of
> UTF-8 strcoll there?
Well, ICU exists for Windows. If you configure postgresql's source to link
with ICU on Windows, it would probably work. Please try it out.
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