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On Friday 08 June 2001 05:20, Rony Khoury wrote:
[collation sequencing problem regarding space interpretation in ORDER BY]
> I would like to know if this was solved in the new version? and if not
> someone should defenetly do something about it.
This is not a PostgreSQL issue, but a locale issue that was introduced by Red
Hat implementing 'correct' locale collation. PostgreSQL has to rely on the
system's C library for the string comparison/collation routines -- and those
routines are greatly changed by the locale setting.
Red Hat does not view this behavior as buggy.
Trond, I didn't know whether you are subscribed to the BUGS list or not, so I
am CC'ing you on this. The two collations:
This appears to me to be wrong, Trond. Red Hat 7.1 out of the box
Rony, in the normal usage of these names, what would the correct collation be?
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1 Peter 4:11
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