The patch adds a configure option which enables using eurodates in PgSQL
by default (i.e. as if -e option of backend was given).
The patch allows to get rid unconvenient -o'e' option for postmaster.
IMHO this is pretty convenient for people like me whom
likes POSTGRES-like date output (DD-MM-YYYY) but cannot afford American
The patch touches 3 files;
configure.in - to add the option
globals.c - to change default definition of the appropriate variable (if necessary)
pg_config.h.in - to define the respective compile-time constant
if there is an interest, I could try to add similar global variable
to guc.c (for use in postgresql.conf).
WBR, Yury Bokhoncovich, Senior System Administrator, NOC of F1 Group.
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