Re: Progress with langupdate and localisation support
Neil Williams wrote:
localepurge is not suitable, it fails on 1, 2 and 3 of the criteria
Heh, I never said I knew what I was doing! :)
sudo chroot ...
Aah. So it isn't that something isn't set, it's that something that
*is* set shouldn't be.
locaelpurge will not be in Grip - it's cruft. Grip has a genuine
implementation of locale support that supercedes localepurge.
Except langupdate isn't at all coupled with Debian - at least not for
*two* complete release cycles in Debian. That's a long time.
Sounds like a good reason not to not make placing it in experimental the
sole method for getting at it. :)
Recall that I'm not a Debian guru by any definition. So disregard
everything I say that sounds like I know what I'm talking about.
...er, at least as it relates to Debian policy/strategy/etc.-type
stuff. Just want to clarify that. :)
Lots more still needs to be done - there are various areas that are in
a bit of a mess.
Yea, but it's showing such AMAZING promise already. Very good sign. I
can plead ignorance on the rest, and pretty convincingly at that!