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2012/3/1 Roy Bamford <email@example.com>:
> On 2012.03.01 10:29, Ulrich Mueller wrote:
>> I agree that en_*.UTF-8 is a reasonable setting. I think for LC_CTYPE
>> it doesn't even matter if it's en_US or en_GB.
> As an Englishman, it hurts to say it but for consistencys sake it needs
> to be en_US.
> Everything else I can think of uses American as a default. Xorg,
> console keymaps, even ls --colour fails.
It hurt to say I do always underestimate pills of humor I (try to)
insert in emails.
At the time of the first post I didn't knew of a C.utf-8 possibility
(or that would have been my choice) but otherwise the most logical is
Another thing I do really don't know yet is how this reflect on
File system is safe because it's encoding agnostic, it eats all but \0
and "/" right?
But how do applications react to a change in the LC_* variables?