| Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2004 22:42:24 +0100
| From: "Conall O'Brien" <conall at conall.net>
| On Fri, Apr 16, 2004 at 08:22:39PM IST,
| Niall Walsh <linux at esatclear.ie> incoherently babbled:
| > The [ locale type information for the Knoppix remaster for
| > Linuxworld/Expo ] values I need (with the values I suspect
| > may be right) are for:
| > LANGUAGE en_IE at euro
| >[ ... ]
| > LANG en_IE at euro
| > CHARSET iso8859-15
| >[ ... ]
| > Any comments? [ ... ]
| [ ... ] why not check if en_IE.UTF-8 is available instead
| of en_IE at euro?
my thoughts exactly. a downside may be the few utilities whose
UCS(/Unicode)/UTF-8 support is still flakely; e.g., the infamous
grep(1) performance problem (for which, AFAICR, a patch exists).
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