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Re: not i18ned part in b-f 2.2.15



Hi,

On Tue, 08 Aug 2000 01:29:02 +0900
Taketoshi Sano <kgh12351@nifty.ne.jp> wrote:

> Hi.
> 
> In <oa3dkh2irv.fsf@arroz.fake>,
>  on "07 Aug 2000 11:27:48 -0400",
>  with "Re: not i18ned part in b-f 2.2.15",
>   Adam Di Carlo <adam@onshore.com> wrote:
> 
> > Taketoshi Sano <kgh12351@nifty.ne.jp> writes:
> 
> > > I think scripts/rootdisk/sbin/termwrap is the way to add it into
> > > just root disk only, without adding the code to put it into
> > > target system as written above.
> > 
> > Well, I'm saying, all we have to do is hack basedisks.sh.
> 
> Ah, I had not thought of that.

Surely, we can do with basedisks.sh hacking. But, it makes the script
more complex and dirty.

> > If termwrap is supposed to be in root as well as base, the directory
> > suggested above (well, actually, scripts/rootdisk/prototype/sbin/) is
> > fine.  If not, then we should use something like
> > scripts/basedisks/prototype/sbin).
> 
> Well, how do you think, yosshy ?  I think that it is enough to have the
> termwrap in base system only.  Do you think that it will add some value
> on our b-f to have the termwrap on the root disk ?

Now we not native english speakers want:
	+setting LC_ALL or LANG.
	+executing a suitable terminal emulator.

And we can add other functions to it. Easy!

If we have i18ned console tools, termwrap is a very good choice.
It's better than every tool considers terminal emulator for users.

And then.... we can merge termwrap and sensible-x-terminal-emulator.
It provides us more unified i18n terminal environment.

Regards,

	Akira Yoshiyama <yosshy@debian.or.jp>



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