Re: non-ASCII characters in /etc/locales.alias ?
Tollef Fog Heen <email@example.com> cum veritate scripsit:
> This has _nothing_ to do with which characters I am able to input. I
> am able to input ISO-8859-1 no matter which locale I am in.
I think this thread is confusing between data bytes and characters.
It is possible input character bytes when in "C", which can be interpreted as
ISO-8859-1 sequence if it were in a ISO-8859-1 locale, and displayed as such
in a ISO-8859-1 terminal.
However, it does not mean you can input ISO-8859-1 characters in "C".
Strictly speaking, it is an sequence of characters outside of scope
of "C", which is undefined.
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