Pierre Labastie wrote:
On 15/10/2016 04:23, hykw...@sina.com wrote:
>From http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/7908799/xbd/envvar.html
This variable determines the values for all locale categories. The
value of the LC_ALL environment variable has precedence over any
of the other environment variables starting with LC_ (LC_COLLATE,
LANG environment variable."
So, setting it forces everything, which is why I like it.  It
alomost sounds as if en_US.utf8 (compared to en_US.UTF-8) is NOT a
valid locale - but 'locale -a' only lists '.utf8 variants, not the
.UTF-8 ).
Anyway, you can now build 49.0 (or 49.0.1 which fixed some windows

I set it to "en_US.utf8" because the caution of LXQT pre-install:

Due to recent changes in grep it is essential that the installing

system be set to a UTF-8 locale. An example is export LANG=en_US.utf8,

but any UTF-8 locale is sufficient. Failure to do this will result

in a faulty installation.

I'll change that to:
An example is export LANG=en_US.UTF-8
As part of the upcoming LXQt update.

Why do you prefer UTF-8 over utf8?  In `locale -a` all entries are utf8.

  -- Bruce

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