Locales with the same language
vberon at mecano.gme.usherb.ca
Thu Jul 17 11:22:57 CDT 2003
Le jeu 17/07/2003 à 12:05, Vincent Béron a écrit :
> Le jeu 17/07/2003 à 11:18, Dmitry Timoshkov a écrit :
> > "Shachar Shemesh" <wine-devel at shemesh.biz> wrote:
> > > >Then probably you had to replace SUBLANG_NEUTRAL by SUBLANG_DEFAULT
> > > >only for LANG_ENGLISH resources. Anyway the patch I just set adds
> > > >LANG_ENGLISH,SUBLANG_NEUTRAL to the fallback list, since my test
> > > >under win2k shows that.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > After some more analysis as a result of our discussion, maybe that is,
> > > indeed, the right thing to do.
> > Could you ask Alexandre to revert your patch please?
> Using SUBLANG_NEUTRAL in notepad rather than SUBLANG_DEFAULT makes it
> speak French on both Windows and Wine with LANG=fr_CA, LANG=fr_CH, etc.
(after a bit more testing)
Using only SUBLANG_FRENCH_CANADIAN will display in French on both
Windows and Wine.
Using only SUBLANG_FRENCH_SWISS will display in English on both Windows
Using only SUBLANG_FRENCH will display in French only in Windows,
English in Wine (with LANG=fr_CA).
So SUBLANG_FRENCH seems to act (on Windows) the same way as a wildcard,
matching any of it's sublanguages if an exact match can't be done.
I also tried defining more than one (ie, SUBLANG_FRENCH and
SUBLANG_FRENCH_CANADIAN) resources. On Windows it chose the
SUBLANG_FRENCH, while in Wine it chose the SUBLANG_FRENCH_CANADIAN. That
gets me a bit puzzled though... unless my installation of Windows is set
to French, then French Canadian as a fallback (don't know of to check
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