On 01.11.15 22:30, Baptiste Daroussin wrote:
On Wed, Oct 14, 2015 at 12:23:06AM +0200, Baptiste Daroussin wrote:
I have been working for a while on bringing in Unicode string collation
support by merging code from Illumos (by Garrett D'Amore who kindly made sure
his work was made under BSD license) and Dragonfly (by John Marino), and some
ancient work done on FreeBSD by edwin@ but never merged.
The result is available in the projects/collation branch.
As a result of this work, is:
- Locales are now generated with the new localedef(1) tool from CLDR POSIX files
- The generated files are now identified as "BSD 1.0" format
- Only "BSD 1.0" locales files are now read, all other version will be set to
- The localedef(1) tool has been imported from Illumos and modidied to use
tree(3) instead of the CDDL avl(3)
- A set of tool created by edwin@ and extended by marino@ for dragonfly has been
added to be able to generate locales
- Given our regex(3) does not support multibyte yet (actually it does not
support some single-byte codeset) it has been forced to always use locale C
- Remove colldef(1) and mklocale(1)
- Finish implementing the numeric BSD extension for ctypes
- Add a bunch of new locales: some arabian locales, hebrew locales, some
regional locales, etc.
- Make a bunch of ISO-8859-1 locales simple aliase on ISO-8859-15 where it makes
- Add short version of locales
- Add @euro aliases on the locales where that make sense
Please test the branch and report issues.
Note that yes that means the COLLATION_FIX patch on glib2 will not be necessary
and yes the icu patch on postgresql will not be necessary anymore
All issues reported has been fixed, except if more issues are reported, this
will be merged into head next saturday: November 7th
Cool! Waiting for it!
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