Re: [FWD:] The locale name of Taiwan
: : 而且 CNS 的字集比 任何一个 Big5 都大, 你要用 Big5? 全面取代 CNS 怎说都说不过去
: : 还是你希望 GNU 的系统, 从此进不了金融界跟政府机构的大门。
: Calm down, no one is taking away the CNS. It's installed by default, in
: zh_TW.euctw. Only need to add one alias in X to make Xlocale working.
However, I am afraid that using the name "zh_TW" instead of "zh_TW.big5"
will violate (or be different to) the convension of commercial UNIXs.
As I know, HP-UX has the locales:
but no "zh_TW" locale; while in Solaris 7 has a "zh_TW.BIG5" locale
(Could someone help to check locale names in Solaris 7/8? Please install
its Chinese locale packages and just list the result of
locale -a | grep zh
My suggestion is, could we use the "zh_TW.big5" locale name, and reserve
the "zh_TW" for others, or make the alias from "zh_TW.big5" to "zh_TW"
if you or Drepper think we really have to do that? Would it be more
: : 另外听说 glibc 的 cmap 格式又改了，不知道是改成怎样的标准。
: Do you mean charmap file format? It's POSIX conforming, but more restrictive
: in that symbolic name must be in Unicode form since glibc get rid of
: repertoire files.
So, glibc-2.2 cannot accept the locale data format of glibc-2.1.X and
use repertoire files?
(I just ask if it has the ability to do that or not. :-))
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