On Tuesday 07 June 2005 22:10, Roger Leigh wrote: > - When UTF-8 is the default locale, it shouldn't need a .UTF-8 > suffix, e.g. en_GB will be UTF-8, and en_GB.ISO-8859-1 will be Latin-1 > (the opposite way round to the current situation which creates > en_GB.UTF-8 and en_GB [Latin-1]). > > [...] > This won't affect existing installs, so breakage should be none to > minimal. This looks to be a contradiction. If you make UTF-8 default and remove the suffix for UTF-8 usage, won't existing installs that have LANG=en_GB in their /etc/environment be very much affected?
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