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Re: perl: warning: Setting locale failed.
- To: ports_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: perl: warning: Setting locale failed.
- From: "Wolfgang S. Rupprecht" <wolfgang+gnus20050805_(_at_)_dailyplanet_(_dot_)_dontspam_(_dot_)_wsrcc_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Fri, 05 Aug 2005 13:24:26 -0700
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- Organization: W S Rupprecht Computer Consulting, Fremont CA
Marc Espie <espie_(_at_)_nerim_(_dot_)_net> writes:
> Note that this ought to work in about six months time.
> UTF8 support won't make OpenBSD 3.8, but I hope to commit it a little
> bit after that.
Now that I sat back and thought about it a bit longer, it probably
doesn't even matter to me that most of the aspects of UTF-8 processing
work completely. Both xterm and emacs already work well enough for my
purposes. All I needed to do is read gcc error strings produced by
fedora FC4. For some silly reason that gcc used some high-page
unicode forward-tick and back-tick for quoting things in error/warning
Getting perl to shut up about the LANG variable was probably all I
really needed from perl. (And that was a simple "export
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