Subject: Re: Should libc's toplevel Makefile add -DNLS to CFLAGS?
To: J.T. Conklin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Giles Lean <email@example.com>
Date: 10/05/1994 07:20:02
On Tue, 04 Oct 1994 12:05:03 -0700 "J.T. Conklin" wrote:
> I hope you realize that I've thought quite a bit about this issue.
> I'd like to enable -DNLS, but I thought I'd ask a larger user base
> before I do.
I really doubt that the speed cost is too high to pay. That the
functions are not blessed by ANSI seems a shame, but then I don't know
anyone who writes purely ANSI C.
On the other hand, I'd probably leave this out as setlocale(3) will
only support the 'C' locale. (Per -current source from late August).
Also, the cat* functions are only using LANG, and not LC_ALL et al.
Looks like there is a project here. Is there any more locale related
code in the 4.4-lite release?
P.S. From my quick perusal of the "POSIX Programmer's Guide" and
"The C Standard Library" I figure nobody standardised the tools
for building and manipulating locales?