Jeff Davis wrote:
> libpq has a PQclientEncoding() function that takes a connection object.
> However, the client encoding is, in some cases, a property of the result
> object. For instance, if your client_encoding changes, but you keep the
> result object around, you have no way to determine later what encoding
> the results are in.
> The result object already saves the client_encoding. Should an accessor
> be provided?
That'd certainly save libpqxx the trouble of lugging a copy around.
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