> > > >For now, ignore the patch I sent. Appears from Andreas demo that the
> > > >current postgres code will follow the Informix style with regard to
> > > >grouping columns with NULL values. Now that I really think about it,
> > > >it does make more sense.
> > >
> > > I think I saw the patch committed this morning...?
> > Yesterday evening, actually...should we back it out, or leave it
> > as is? Is the old way more corrrect the the new?
> >From the two responses demonstrating Informix and Sybase, I think the patch
> I sent should be backed out. I can live with NULL equaling NULL in the
> GROUP BY and ORDER BY clauses, but not in the WHERE clause, if everyone else
> is doing it that way.
Your patch backed out.
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