bug in file-name-coding-system detection
Wulf C. Krueger
wk at mailstation.de
Wed Jan 10 13:50:24 EST 2007
"AK" == Aidan Kehoe <kehoea at parhasard.net> writes:
AK> (The reason things changed is that we take our language environment
AK> from LC_CTYPE and interpretation of that variable got better--so
AK> mule-packages/locale used the newly non-English locale. )
As Stephen wrote: AFAIK, LC_CTYPE is *not* the right criterion for UI
localisation. That's what LC_MESSAGES is for.
>> We now have *three* users on *three* different systems who were
>> hosed by this patch.
AK> Who? You, okay. But Volker Zell and Wulf Krüger? How is having a
AK> German menubar in a German locale ‘hosed?’
I don't have a German locale set for UIs:
That's how it's broken (even though I wish Stephen was as agitated about
my font-locking problem... :-/).
AK> Bullshit. The intuitive thing is for XEmacs to pay attention to the
AK> locale and use that information.
Yes - if you choose the right variable.
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