pgsql: Be more careful about extracting encoding from locale strings on
Be more careful about extracting encoding from locale strings on Windows.
GetLocaleInfoEx() can fail on strings that setlocale() was perfectly
happy with. A common way for that to happen is if the locale string
is actually a Unix-style string, say "et_EE.UTF-8". In that case,
what's after the dot is an encoding name, not a Windows codepage number;
blindly treating it as a codepage number led to failure, with a fairly
silly error message. Hence, check to see if what's after the dot is
all digits, and if not, treat it as a literal encoding name rather than
a codepage number. This will do the right thing with many Unix-style
locale strings, and produce a more sensible error message otherwise.
Somewhat independently of that, treat a zero (CP_ACP) result from
GetLocaleInfoEx() as meaning that we must use UTF-8 encoding.