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ignoring unconvertible UTF-8 character???

From: "Ati Rosselet" <ati(dot)rosselet(at)clarmont(dot)hu>
To: <pgsql-hackers-win32(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: ignoring unconvertible UTF-8 character???
Date: 2004-06-06 18:11:02
Message-ID: 000901c44bf1$a0cce2c0$0100a8c0@karma (view raw, whole thread or download thread mbox)
Lists: pgsql-hackers-win32
In my cmd window (win32 port) I get multiple lines containing this
WARNING:  ignoring unconvertible UTF-8 character 0xc3b5
WARNING:  ignoring unconvertible UTF-8 character 0xc3bb
(these appear to be the o" and o" letters in Hungarian*

I am using the build under English WinXP, US regional settings, a
postgres database with LATIN2 encoding,
and inserting characters from the Hungarian character set iso-8859-2
(supposedly covered by LATIN2 - I also tried  creting the db with
-Eiso-8859-2, with same results) - as mentioned specifically o" and u"
seem to be problematic, although oddly enough, they do seem to be
inserted.... I'm confused... what does this warning mean, and why am I
getting it?

Oddly enough during DB creating and loading from a dump (by copy) no
errors are thrown, although a lot of text data with 
these characters is inserted.

I haven't seen anyone mention anything like this, so I thought I'd
mention it.


also... what does this mean?
LOG:  could not recognize system timezone, defaulting to "Etc/GMT-1"
my system is set for GMT+1.. kindof normal I'd say.. or is this just a
problem with win32?

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