Is it me or has the default locale of created databases change at some point?
Currently, on Linux, if one does not specify a locale, the locale is taken
from the system environment and it is not "C."
While I can both sides of a discussion, I think that choosing a "locale"
without one being specified is a bad idea, even if it is the locale of the
machine. The reason why it is a bad idea is that certain features of the
database which only work correctly with a locale of "C" will not work by
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