Tom Lane wrote:
> F Harvell <fharvell(at)fts(dot)net> writes:
> > This also poses the biggest problem in terms of legacy compatibility.
> > Perhaps the answer is to add a runtime config option (and default it
> > to ANSI) and possibly deprecate the C escaping.
> While I wouldn't necessarily object to a runtime option, I do object
> to both the other parts of your proposal ;-). Backslash escaping is
> not broken; we aren't going to remove it or deprecate it, and I would
> vote against making it non-default.
Added to TODO:
* Allow backslash handling in quoted strings to be disabled for portability
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