Hello, Nathan. I'm glad to hear that someone else can reproduce the problem with en_GB.UTF-8. I was worried it was some bad luck quirk that I was never going to get to the bottom of.
I tried using en_US.utf8 (and also en_US.UTF-8) in setlocale (and it did not return false, so again looks like the locale is found and accepted). But I still got a return of false from ctype_print for non-ASCII characters. So even with en_US I'm getting bad behaviour. When you switch back to en_US.UTF-8 (or en_US.utf8) do you get true from ctype_print as expected? (I'm hoping that you don't suddenly find ctype_print refuses to behave properly under all locales.) Output from `locale` shows that all types are 'en_GB.UTF-8' except LC_ALL which is blank (as I believe it should be). Do you know how I can dig further? I don't know anything about debugging PHP or Linux, so I don't know how to trace the source of this strange result. -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php