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From: "Allan Huffman" <huffmana(at)ppc(dot)pims(dot)org>
To: pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: --enable-mb=encoding?
Date: 1999-10-11 08:44:15
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To ./configure PostgreSQL 6.5.2 to run with JDBC 1.1.7 what encoding
should I use in the following:

"--with-mb-encoding   enable multi-byte support" (from

Many Thanks,



PS I found this:

Unicode can now be used in operating systems from Microsoft, IBM, DEC,
Sun, and Apple. Microsoft Windows NT uses Unicode as the default
character encoding in the OS; Windows 95 has most of the Microsoft
Unicode API in the MFC foundation class libraries. IBM, DEC, and Sun
offer Unicode in varying degrees of implementation, ranging from a full
Unicode development library provided with IBM AIX, to UTF-8 multi-byte
and UCS-4 wide-character support in Solaris, following the POSIX model.


so should I specify Unicode?  Guess that it is worth a try....

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PSS How do I join the pgsql-hackers association?

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