On Tue, 2016-01-26 at 11:29 +1100, Brian May wrote: [...] > The problem is that when building djangorestframework, I need to have a > utf8 locale available. C.UTF-8 is fine. However, I don't think there is > any guarantee (??) that a utf8 locale will be available when building > packages. This I believe is the root cause of #812672. > > So should I somehow be trying to get the UTF-8 locale (is this possible > from debian/rules?), or should I submit another bug report against > python3-click saying that it really should work in ASCII environments? C.UTF-8 is built into glibc so I believe you can assume it's present in all Debian installations (from wheezy onward). (The linux source package depends on this already for reproducible docs.) Ben. -- Ben Hutchings Q. Which is the greater problem in the world today, ignorance or apathy? A. I don't know and I couldn't care less.
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