> I was wondering if this was considered a bug, and if so what were the plans to fix it: http://archives.postgresql.org/pgsql-bugs/2005-08/msg00211.php
> I searched the: pgsql-bug archive and found nothing
> I also searched the wiki to do list and found nothing
> But I could have missed it.
I don't consider it's a bug.
We maps "WAVE DASH" of EUC-JP (0xa1c1) to U+FF5E, not U+301C. U+FF5E
and U+301C look same, but there are different code point by some
reason I don't know. On the other hand EUC-JP has only one code point
for WAVE DASH. So if we want to do a round trip conversion between
EUC-JP and UTF-8, we have to choose either U+FF5E OR U+301C. We have
chosen U+FF5E. If we change the mapping, many existing applications
Same thing can be said to MINUS sign.
SRA OSS, Inc. Japan
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