Re: RFC: Changing of /doc/manuals/ implementation (summary)
On Sun, Sep 15, 2002 at 11:05:45AM -0400, Susan Kleinmann wrote:
> Hello Osamu,
> On Sun, 15 Sep 2002 02:03:47 PDT, Osamu Aoki <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> > Two questions remains.
> > 1. How "language" specifying extention should be?
> > 2 options:
> > a Use gcc locale: en, fr, pt_BR
> > b Usa apache extention: en, fr, pt-br
> > 2. Issues of having multiple extention. How to handle?
> > Answer: Tell people to use decent OS like Debian. :)
> Sorry to bother you with this question: could you remind the list
> what are the downsides to using the gcc locale (and the same for the
> apache locale)?
> (I keep thinking as I read this thread that some of the thinking that went
> into using pools might be applied to accessing manuals, but I don't have a
> specific suggestion (yet).)
apache has auto language selection option which debian web server uses
(I understant it is a compile time option.)
Typically, a directory is set up to contain:
If all these to exist in a directory, apache will serve page depanding
on your web browser preference settings.
See http://www.debian.org/intro/cn as user's manual.
See http://httpd.apache.org/docs/content-negotiation.html for real
(Extention can be even index.html.fr if you set it so)
(I have no idea why people use pt-br here instead of pt_BR. But that is
the convention used on Debian machine. If only it is changed, it solves
problem. debiandoc-sgml actually convert locale to this style of
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