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Re: /usr/doc/<lang>



 > From: Christian Hudon <chrish@libertel.montreal.qc.ca>
 > > > That's why i propose that we can add /usr/doc/<lang> directory :
 > > 
 > > 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

Well, i can make a new package with the ISO abbreviation and
with links for all the locale name:
/usr/doc/fr
/usr/doc/fr_BE -> /usr/doc/fr
/usr/doc/fr_CA -> /usr/doc/fr
/usr/doc/fr_FR -> /usr/doc/fr
etc...

No objections?

Christophe,

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