> Lyndon Nerenberg <lyn...@orthanc.ca> writes:
> > At this point, I think the fact that nobody seems to be able to give a
> > simple, clear, and coherent description of the problem suggests that
> > nobody really knows what the actual problem is, yet.
> Well, my problem is that I want the prevailing session locale to be C,
> primarily because I'm used to seeing output from e.g. "ls" in ASCII
> ordering. But I'm finding that nmh, or at least send, is effectively
i had the same issue, and decided that for me, it was the only thing
in the way of changing fully to a UTF-8 locale. so i do this:
you've likely considered that and dismissed it, but i mention it just in
case. i've observed no unwanted side-effects.
> Obviously you could define this as being ls' problem not nmh's problem,
> but I respectfully disagree. It was fine for the last twenty years or
> thereabouts, and nmh changes are what made it not fine.
but i also can't really argue with your logic there.
paul fox, p...@foxharp.boston.ma.us (arlington, ma)
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