I forgot to mail that to the mailinglist too...

>> * Stefan Rusterholz ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [Dec 27. 2001 11:30]:
>>> I did that. For localedef it hasn't an entry. But for locale it has 
>>> one.
>>> I don't think that's what you expectet (it seems to belong to perl)
>> Then you need to find out how to `compile' locale definitions for your
>> system.
>>> locale(3)        Perl Programmers Reference Guide       locale(3)
>> Oh no no. <g>
>>    man 1 locale
>> Does that give you anything? (I'm guessing it would have picked that up
>> first if it existed).
> No, it doesn't :-(
> and "locale" produces "locale: Command not found"
>> That's the one I was talking about..
>> Is there a `locale' package you can install for OSX? (There is for my
>> system.)
> There is one, but not for PHP, only for the system (which is actually 
> multilingual and able to change language during runtime)
> Thank you for your help although...
> best regards
> Stefan Rusterholz

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