[João Carlos Mendes Luís, 2004-07-12]
>  >>      Shouldn't the locale select the best charset if it is not defined?
>  >>
>  >>      I have problems with this in third party applications.  They just set
>  >> locale as pt_BR and dont give me a choice of adding a charset extension.  What
>  >> should I do?  Is this a FreeBSD bug?

[Svein Halvor Halvorsen]
>  > Try making a symlink from pt_BR.ISO8859-1 to pt_BR in /usr/share/locale

[João Carlos Mendes Luís, 2004-07-13]
>       This would probably solve my problem, but I'd like to know what is the
>  expected behaviour.  If FreeBSD is right, I'll try to fix the application.


I'm not sure I understand what you mean with "expected behaviour".

In FreeBSD you need to include the character set in your locale string.
This is not a bug, but I believe by design. Whether this is conform to
somebodys "expectations" or not, I'm not sure. I don't think it is a
violation of any standards, however. But I might be mistaken.

To make some program work, that has a locale string hard coded, you might
need to make the symlink as described in my previous mail.


/sve
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