Re: Wishlist for woody+1
At Wed, 3 Jul 2002 08:04:21 +0200,
Giuseppe Sacco wrote:
> Actually we use:
> it_IT ISO-8859-1
> it_IT@euro ISO-8859-15
> but I still believe that we need to maintain the "it" entry that could
> be associated to euro. I would do it that way:
> "it" => "ISO-8859-15",
> "it_IT" => "ISO-8859-1",
> "it_IT@euro" => "ISO-8859-15",
You misunderstand the point. The left field (language name) of
the list corresponds to language names in Debconf templates.
For example, "Description-ja: foobar" means that "foobar" is
written in Japanese language and EUC-JP encoding. I would like
to know the encoding for each "Description-xx:" field.
I think "it", "it_IT", and "it_IT@euro" are name of locales.
My script obtains the encodings for these locales by
"locale charmap" command.
Or, you mean, "Description-it_IT@euro:" fields may appear in
future Debconf template? I don't think so.
Tomohiro KUBOTA <email@example.com>
"Introduction to I18N" http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/intro-i18n/
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