Subject: Re: [htdig] french accents
From: Eric Litot (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 26 2000 - 05:02:06 PST
Thanks for this accurate response.
So since I'm not very fond of the configuration aspects of the server on
which I want to set-up the htdig package, what would be the best way where I
could investigate ? The trouble is that at the moment, I can't answer to my
users about the availability of the search engine.
Torsten Neuer a écrit :
> Eric Litot wrote:
> > Hi Torsten,
> > When I type "locale -a" I get the complete list of all available public
> > locales and the fr_FR.ISO8859-1 one is contained in the list.
> > Does this info answer your question ?
> Not completely. It only means that there is something called
> "fr_FR.ISO8859-1" defined in the database, but it does not imply
> that the definition is complete, i.e. there might be something
> missing which is required by Ht://Dig, like LC_CTYPE or LC_TIME.
> E.g. there might be "fr" and "fr_FR" defined for a system, but only
> one of them contains all of the definitions.
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