Subject: Re: setlocale() doesn't accept language_territory formated locales
To: T.SHIOZAKI <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jean-Luc Wasmer <email@example.com>
Date: 06/08/2004 15:39:23
>>setlocale() requires the ".codebase" in the locale. From the man pages,
>>this is an optional detail.
>>I opened a PR for this: lib/25877
>The description in nls(7) just specifies the possible lexical form of
>a locale name.
>setlocale() is not bad even if it does not accept such omitted form
>for a language, because such form is not available for all languages.
>(I do not prefer such ommited form because of ambiguousness...)
Personally I don't care what setlocale() accepts or doesn't accept.
I guess if the man page says the format _is_
and setlocale() doesn't accept en_CA then:
either setlocale() is buggy;
or the nls(7) man page is wrong;
or the setlocale(3) man page should specify its own format and not refer