Nice to see the MySQL crashme page has updated to its PostgreSQL title
to PostgreSQL 6.3, but it seems nonee of the items haven't been updated
for this release, http://www.tcx.se/crash-me.html.
I see no mention of the new subselects, and it says we don't support
comments as --. And I see an item called "atomic updates" which I think
we decided was a very bizarre test, but still no mention of
transactions, which is a very basic database capability. We also have
large objects. Is that the same as blobs? We have "Function
concatenation with ||". We have "Function CURRENT_DATE". We have
"Function LEFT". We have "Function IN on strings in SELECT". We have
"Function = ALL". We have "Update with sub select". We have "case
insensitive compare". We have "lock table".
Many of these we have had for over a year.
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