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Re: UTF-8 manual pages


>         o Per-locale directory handling has been improved. Directories such
>           as "fr.UTF-8" may be used for occasions when it is appropriate to
>           specify the character set but not the country, and so a full
>           locale name is inconvenient.
>         o There is a new "manconv" program which can try multiple possible
>           encodings for a file, thus allowing UTF-8 manual pages to be
>           installed in any directory even without an explicit encoding
>           declaration.

This is cool.

A great workaround for that compatibility mess RedHat has created for US.

I assume UTF-8 / local-encoding detection can fail sometimes; which
encoding has precedence?

dancer@{debian.org,netfort.gr.jp}   Debian Project

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