Tom Lane wrote:
> I just spent a bit of time considering what we might do to fix this.
> The idea mentioned in the above thread was to switch over to using
> wchar_t in the regex code, but that seems to have a number of problems.
> One showstopper is that on some platforms wchar_t is only 16 bits and
> can't represent the full range of Unicode characters. I don't want to
> fix case-folding only to break regexes for other uses.
We have a TODO item about having a regex specific data type. Would
implementing that solve this problem?
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