Bug#185342: Fix for: locales: generating ar_SD.ISO-8859-6... yields error
On Wed, Apr 02, 2003 at 10:33:44PM +0200, Toni Mueller wrote:
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> I didn't see any progress on this and thus digged a bit further, with
> the following results:
> - In ar_SD the international currency symbol is, in glibc, denoted as
> "SDP". I grep'ed through the unpacked glibc sources for this.
> locales/ar_SD:int_curr_symbol "<U0053><U0044><U0050><U0020>"
> Which suggests that the author of this code wanted to say:
> "Sudan Pound" (why?).
> - In ISO 4217, the currency is defined to be "Sudan Dinars", which
> is "SDD", corresponding to:
> I don't feel well about building a fixed glibc package, but would like
> to see this fix go in (if it does the job).
this has indeed been fixed this way in CVS, next upload should close this