From: Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us>
>> the patch discussed here  that supposedly made the win32 msvc builds use
>> lc_locale properly has flaws.
> I think a large part of the confusion that's been evidenced in this
> thread is because you are submitting a "bug report" about a patch that is
> not in fact in 8.3.1 (and is unlikely ever to appear in 8.3.x at all).
> It's unclear what you are really testing: stock 8.3.1? 8.3.1 plus that
> patch? CVS HEAD plus the patch?
it's the 8.3.1 win32 binary coming from postgresql.org i'm using.
i was digging in the mailing list archives for some answers and found
the conversation about the patch which i believed to be included in
8.3.1. sorry for the mess :|
nevertheless the problem/bug exists: changing LC_MESSAGES has no effect
on the windows boxes, while it works on the non-win32 systems. all i
really would like is to get english system messages back on our
non-english win32 servers - like they were pre 8.3.1.
the main reason for this being: the german error messages have non-ascii
special characters in the error text ('»' and '«') which mess with some
of our applications (whereas english messages use '"').
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