Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
> AFAIR, the only reason that we haven't disallowed this sort of stuff
> years and years ago is that people use it; the Japanese in particular.
> I don't see what is different now.
What's different now is that 8.4 has already established the principle
that you have to clone template0 if you want to change the locale of a
database. I think this is a good time to establish the same principle
for encodings. (Or in other words, if we don't fix it now, when will
be a better time?)
regards, tom lane
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