Waiting for 9.2 – JSON

On 31st of January, Robert Haas committed patch:

Like the XML data type, we simply store JSON data as text, after checking
that it is valid.  More complex operations such as canonicalization and
comparison may come later, but this is enough for not.
There are a few open issues here, such as whether we should attempt to
detect UTF-8 surrogate pairs represented as \uXXXX\uYYYY, but this gets
the basic framework in place.

and then, 3 days later, Andrew Dunstan committed another one, related:

Also move the escape_json function from explain.c to json.c where it
seems to belong.
Andrew Dunstan, Reviewd by Abhijit Menon-Sen.

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