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Re: ~/x

Christian Hudon wrote:
> On Thu, 7 Nov 1996, Bruce Perens wrote:
> > Please use the locale name for <lang>, as is done with /usr/man
> > and other directories containing text.
> Not to be pedantic, but why do all these use the locale name instead
> of only the ISO language abbreviation? ...
> After all, this is a question of language, and not of country.
>   Christian, LC_ALL=fr_CA

Considering that the upstream of the manpages uses only the iso639, I
think that there was a decision about that on this list. But I missed
that and I wasn't able to find it on the archives.
Is there anyone who wants to summarize it?

I don't want to start a debate without knowing the arguments.

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