> > in the bootstrap scanner will solve the problem where it's being caused.
> > Internal type names should go away, not accumulate. ;)
> I'm not sure that I agree that multi-word character types are required
> internally. Somehow that seems to just push the problem of
> SQL92-specific syntax to another part of the code. We could just as
> easily (?) translate *every* "xxx VARYING" to "varxxx" on input, and
> do the inverse on output or pg_dump.
Yes, seems we just don't want to do that during beta. I forgot about
this item I had promised. Sorry.
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