So, added to my plan (
n) single encoded files. That will touch snowball, ispell, synonym, thesaurus
   and simple dictionaries
n+1) use encoding names instead of locale's names in configuration

Tom Lane wrote:
Teodor Sigaev <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
But configuration for different languages might be differ, for example
russian (and any cyrillic-based) configuration is differ from
west-european configuration based on different character sets.

Sure.  I'm just assuming that the set of stopwords doesn't need to vary
depending on the encoding you're using for a language --- that is, if
you're willing to convert the encoding then the same stopword list file
should serve for all encodings of a given language.  Do you think this
might be wrong?

                        regards, tom lane

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