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Re: curses vs non-ASCII

>> I found the documentation provided by the Open Group had a better
>> overview, which I found here: [...]
>I may have a look, but...
>> The document above says that if the environment variable contains a
>> '/', it should be a pathname to a locale file so you should be able
>> to use a custom one rather easily.
>This does not actually work.  When I set the $LC_CTYPE to
>$HOME/.locale, it does not work, and ktrace reveals that the process
>does not even attempt to look there (in constrast to $LC_CTYPE being
>set to en_CA.ISO8859-1, which ktrace shows leads to an attempt to open

Dang, that's what I get for looking at the standards rather than
the actual NetBSD man pages.  But at least it sounds like you're headed
in the right direction now.


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