Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> Roger Leigh wrote:
>> Here we just force the locale to C. This does have the disadvantage
>> that --no-locale is made redundant, and any tests which are dependent
>> upon locale (if any?) will be run in the C locale.
> That is not a solution. We have not that long ago gone to some lengths
> to provide for buildfarm testing in various locales. We're not going
> to undo that.
Thinking about this some more, ISTM a much better way of approaching it
would be to provide a flag for psql to turn off the fancy formatting,
and have pg_regress use that flag.
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