Roy Badami wrote:
> Bruce> This is going to be a backward compatibility problem, but
> Bruce> to support ANSI syntax we are going to need to do this.
> Given the existence of the INTERVAL '1' MONTH etc syntax is completely
> undocumented, I doubt it's a major problem.
> (Actually, INTERVAL '1' and INTERVAL '1:30' are undocumented, too, but
> it's probably more likely that people are relying on that).
Yes, I am thinking that interval strings that contain letters are going
to be PG, and anything else is ANSI.
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