Re: Bug#95975: mutt: doesn't use charset anymore
On Fri, May 04, 2001 at 09:38:06AM -0500, Steve Langasek wrote:
> > > > > Changing the LANG to en_US may have some unexpected side effects and
> > > > > should not be done without at least some thought for the consequences.
> > > > > (E.g., the sort order will be radically different.)
> > > >
> > > > Hear, hear, the thing with the sort order is so annoying. But I guess we'll
> > > > just have to get used to it >:(
> > >
> > > hmm, what's LC_COLLATE for again?
> > ? I was referring to this:
> > % touch a b c .a .b .c A B C .A .B .C
> > % LANG=C ls -A
> > .A .B .C .a .b .c A B C a b c
> > % LANG=hr_HR ls -A
> > a .a A .A b .b B .B c .c C .C
> > It acts as if the interpunction doesn't exist, which is just plain wrong!
> > And it's not happening on potato.
> $ LANG=hr_HR LC_COLLATE=C ls -A
> .A .B .C .a .b .c A B C a b c
> which was Arthur's point, I believe.
Oh, so it's LC_COLLATE=hr_HR that's wrong. Thanks for telling me the
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