"Dave Page" <dpage(at)vale-housing(dot)co(dot)uk> writes:
>> Windows XP supports ANSI, UTF-8, Unicode and Unicode Big Endian.
>> Unfortunately (or fortunately?) Windows seems to use UTF-8
>> for European languages. Hiroshi can you explain that? I guess
>> the Japanese edition of Windows XP is using pure 2 byte Unicode.
> Ahh, now I do know that Windows does not fully support UTF-8. That's
> the very reason why it is not supported in PostgreSQL 8.0 on
> Windows, and in 8.1 and above requires conversion routines that were
> added to the server by Magnus Hagander to convert to UCS2(?) before
> doing any sorting etc.
Do you mean CP_UTF8 does not exist on some asian releases of Windows?
Thanks in advance.
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