On Dec 19, 2007, at 2:26 AM, Robert Scheck wrote:
Moin Jeff, On Wed, 19 Dec 2007, Jeff Johnson wrote:See if the attached patch (the minimum necessary reversion to popt-1.12afaict) fixes your linux problems. If the patch fixes the linux problems, I'll see if I can rework the Solaris patch to not break linux.Yes, it really fixes my Linux problems:
OK, thanks for verify. Would you mind checking the attached patch? It adds POPT_next_char() to undo POPT_prev_char() wide character ptr positioning, and pretty much(if it works for you) points the finger at POPT_fprintf() being broken somehow.
Note that POPT_fprintf() is supposed to translate from UTF-8 to whatever locale is desired using iconv(3). GNOME wishes to distribute only UTF-8 locale files, so popt gets to do the final conversion using iconv(3). 73 de Jeff
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