Make wine honor LC_CTYPE and LC_MESSAGES
dmitry at baikal.ru
Mon Jul 26 10:05:10 CDT 2004
"Shachar Shemesh" <wine-devel at shemesh.biz> wrote:
> >Why LC_ALL or LANG don't work for you then?
> Please reread the patch. They are looked at, just not exclusively.
> LC_ALL overrides everything, and LANG is looked at if no LC_CTYPE (or
> whatever) is used. That's the order Unix does it (man 7 locale).
Well, I had read glibc sources and it's definitely ignores LC_CTYPE.
> >No, data from any sources doesn't get interpreted by apps, the strings
> >are interpreted when they are passed to A family of APIs.
> Same difference. Still, this interpretation is determined by the system
> locale on Windows, and by LC_CTYPE on Unix. Hence - LC_CTYPE should
> affect system locale.
No, it shouldn't. Again, I'd ask to use LANG or LC_ALL for that purpose,
you can't have LANG and LC_TYPE point to different locales in a sane
Sorry, I skipped other parts of your arguments.
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