On 15.11.2015 16:54, John Marino wrote: > We are talking about people that install FreeBSD 11 as a release. If > it's an upgrade, it's documented in UPDATING (it will be) and anybody on > -CURRENT is taking responsibility for knowing what they are doing. *IF* > this is an obstacle, it's either trivial or that user shouldn't be using > -CURRENT to begin with.
As I already say, I don't want to insist on any particular point of view in such area as human behavior. I just say that it is POLA violation (even while it is upgrade) and we can let users decide by themselves, what it best for them (without me at least). >> I tell about is not different text document encoding, but program >> failure due to inability to set his 8859-1 locale. > > Please provide an example of such a program (in ports). See gettext-0.19.6/gettext-tools/configure, part started with # Test for the usual locale name. I don't have time to dig more such code now, but I remember I saw more for sure. >> In any case it is related to the user behavior an various views on it. >> They can be different and I see no point to insist on my particular view >> at all. But... Programs configure soft-fails shows real danger here. > > and the impact of this is ... ? Various. It depends on for what reason program sense locale. -- http://ache.vniz.net/ _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list https://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"