Re: [debian-devel:11591] locale-*
I have read this topic at the firstname.lastname@example.org,
in Japanese. I tried to do my best to translate the topic,
but I may did something wrong in translation.
I hope someone who knows this more better than me will
answer your question.
# If he writes the answer in Japanese, on -devel@JP, then
# I will try to translate it again.
at Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2000 07:54:09 -0600,
on Subject: Re: [debian-devel:11591] locale-*,
Ashley Clark <email@example.com> writes:
> > I read that new libc6-2.1.3 is not compatible to 2.1.2
> > in the format of locale-database, and it may cause the problem
> > with locale-ja package. I don't know if locale-ko, locale-vi,
> > and locale-zh do have the same problem, but I think it is worth
> > to inform the possibility on this list.
> Where did you read this? I would also like to read it as the
> maintainer of locale-vi.
> > Since the working for improvement of locale handling is done at
> > the upstream level on glibc currently, this is preferable than
> > to continue to provide the separate locale-* packages.
> Yes, that is preferable, but if I understand correctly that is not a
> possibility for -ko, -ja, and -zh due to the way glibc currently
> implements locales, I might very well be wrong on this count though.
the package of i18ndata has the locale data for ja_JP, zh_CN, and zh_TW
in source. But it seems not to have the locale data for ko and vi.
So your comment may be valid. Can anyone on the list check this ?
Taketoshi Sano: <firstname.lastname@example.org>,<email@example.com>,<firstname.lastname@example.org>