Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> Andrew Dunstan wrote:
>> Greg Sabino Mullane wrote:
>>> Just as a followup, I reported this as a bug and it is being looked
>>> at and discussed:
>>> Appears there is no easy resolution yet.
>> We might be able to do something with the suggested workaround. I
>> will see what I can do, unless you have already tried.
> OK, I have a fairly ugly manual workaround, that I don't yet
> understand, but seems to work for me.
> In your session, run the following code before you do anything else:
> CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION test(text) RETURNS bool LANGUAGE plperl as $$
> return shift =~ /\xa9/i ? 'true' : 'false';
> SELECT test('a');
> DROP FUNCTION test(text);
> After that we seem to be good to go with any old UTF8 chars.
> I'm looking at automating this so the workaround can be hidden, but
> I'd rather understand it first.
> (Core guys: If we can hold RC1 for a bit while I get this fixed that
> would be good.)
The attached patch works for me to eliminate the errors. Please test ASAP.
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