On 10-08-17 11:09, Eugene Yudin wrote:
> The system library makefile handles option the following way
> $(locale_OUT)/wctables.h: $(locale_OUT)/gen_wctype
> $(Q)for locale in $(call qstrip,$(UCLIBC_BUILD_MINIMAL_LOCALES))
> en_GB; do \
> $< $(FLAG-locale-verbose) $$locale > $@ || \
> $< $(FLAG-locale-verbose) $$locale.UTF-8 > $@ || \
> $< $(FLAG-locale-verbose) $$locale.iso8859-1 > $@ && break; \
> The program "gen_wctype" receives locale name as command line parameter.
> That application call the function setlocale() inside it.
> Some time ago that call was disabled to workaround bug with locales.
> That's the reason for the absence of problems in the past.
> Changes in the last release return this call.
So the problem really is that this command tries a number of locales, but not
any of the locales actually present on the system?
I would propose to:
- replace the "en_US en_GB" with "C C.UTF-8" since the latter is much more
likely to be present on the host;
- use '$(sort $(patsubst %.utf8,%,$(shell locale -a)))' as an ultimate fallback.
Does that sound reasonable? I didn't look at the history if this particular
piece of code, I guess it must have gone through several detours already...
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