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Bug#292330: use UTF-8 by default

Roger Leigh wrote:
> I'm not sure who would want to use C.UTF-8. 

d-i contains and uses a C.UTF-8 locale. You can find the source in the
installation-locale source package.

> non-Unicode locale with known behaviour on all platforms, the "C"
> locale is useful, particularly when doing serialisation where
> localisation would break file formats.  If you want Unicode, why would
> you not just use the appropriate .UTF-8 locale for your
> language/country?

In the case of d-i, we don't want to include more megabytes of locale
definitions in the installer than we include of translations. ;-)

see shy jo

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