Re: [debian-devel:11532] ITP: language
At Sun, 6 Feb 2000 16:42:55 +0900,
Tomohiro KUBOTA <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Package name: language
> Copyright: GPL2
> Language is a Debian specific software which establishes
> basic native language environment. This package is an
> internationalization extension of Debian user-ja package,
> which I have been developed. The first version will support
> Japanese and Thai. I am also planning to write German and
> Spanish support by refering to user-de and user-es packages.
> Now under development.
> This package supplies a script 'language'. A user who
> want a native language environment will invoke this script.
> The settings are achieved by modifying user's dot-files.
> For example, LANG variable, input method, font specification,
> basic language-related settings for major softwares and so on.
It seems useful tools, but how about naming it as `language-env'
instead of `language' ? `language' may be something misleading, I think.
- ITP: language
- From: Tomohiro KUBOTA <email@example.com>