I need to have a french locale installed for ht://Dig. I've installed it
with dpkg-reconfigure locales. (I've even set it as the system default,
I'm that desperate right now.) When I do locale -a it's listed; however,
ht://dig needs a specific file that I can't find.
Here are the instructions from the ht://dig site:
Some systems, however, define only the accented letters used for a given
language, so "your mileage may vary." The important thing is that the
directory for your locale definition must have a file named LC_CTYPE in
it. For example, on many Linux distributions, a language-specific locale
like fr won't contain this file, but country-specific locales like fr_FR
or fr_CA will. If you don't find any appropriate locales installed on your
system, try obtaining and installing the locale definition files from your
OS distribution. Also, once you've set your locale, you need to reindex
all your documents in order for the locale to take effect in the word
database. This means rerunning the "rundig" script, or running "htdig -i"
and htmerge (or htpurge in the 3.2 betas).
I've got fr_CA (it technically has an ISO well as part of the name, but I
already know how to deal with that), but when I do updatedb I can't find a
copy of LC_CTYPE.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Resources in French are
welcome as well as English. (English is preferred.)
Emma Jane Hogbin
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