Re: Bug#95975: mutt: doesn't use charset anymore
On Fri, May 04, 2001 at 05:17:33PM +0200, Michael Piefel wrote:
> Am 4.05.01 um 16:28:16 schrieb Josip Rodin:
> > It acts as if the interpunction doesn't exist, which is just plain wrong!
> Actually I'd expect my dictionary to be sorted exactly this way. And
> that's what LC_COLLATE is for. It's a different story that this
> behaviour is outright silly when in a shell.
I'm not sure I would expect my dictionary to be sorted this way. In
any case, many dictionaries are sorted in arbitrary, non-lexical
manners. Unix doesn't need to emulate that; Unix needs a reasonable
sort order that works for a shell and keeps an alphabetic order
people (of that language) would consider reasonable. If sorting the
dots in made more people happy than not, it would be good, but most
of us seem to not care in most sorting situations, except the shell
where it's a pain.
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