Tom Lane wrote:
> Andrew Dunstan <andrew(at)dunslane(dot)net> writes:
>> Tom Lane wrote:
>>> I think it's just a bug in 8.3.
>> Well, here's a patch that I think fixes it. If you're happy I'll apply
>> it to HEAD and 8.3.
> That patch isn't gonna apply to HEAD ;-). Also the introduction of
> NextChar is simply broken, as it will skip additional bytes of a
> multibyte char without having compared 'em. All you need AFAICS is
> to put TCHAR()s into the *p != *t comparison, so that it matches the
> case for ordinary characters.
I'll have another look. What happens in that case though if you have
escape+x where x is a multibyte char?
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