From: Petter Reinholdtsen <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: patch
Date: 07 Sep 2003 21:12:09 +0200
> And I uploaded the new version, with this support enabled. The
> Japanese d-i install looked quite good. :)
Thank you very much!
> But I need to know which charset should be selected by default among
> the two japanese entries in /usr/share/i18n/SUPPORTED. UTF-8 or
> EUC-JP? This is the locale that will be included in /etc/locale.gen,
> and possibly in /etc/enviroment.
For users' environment, EUC-JP is preferred. UTF-8 is not very mature,
unless it is used only for limited range of softwares which we can
test and modify, such as the installer.
> Would you like to add Japanese support to Skolelinux too? Check
> <URL:http://i18n.skolelinux.no/new-language.html> for instructions.
Sorry I am not very interested in translation. I think it is one
of labors which should be done for languages which OSes support
However, I am now working not only for Debian but also various upstream
softwares, because it is needed for these softwares' i18n. When I say
about i18n, it usually means about ability to display, input, print,
basic process (counting number of characters, extracting a character,
and so on) non-Latin/multibyte/doublewidth/combining characters.
These upstream-level effort will help i18n of any distributions.
Tomohiro KUBOTA <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Re: patch
- From: Tomohiro KUBOTA <email@example.com>
- Re: patch
- From: Petter Reinholdtsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>