Re: Bug#965323: postinst script deletes custom locales

2020-07-31 Thread Harald Dunkel
On 7/29/20 12:35 PM, Aurelien Jarno wrote: On 2020-07-27 08:26, Harald Dunkel wrote: Since the postinst builds just a subset of all locales and since it even maintains a list about it, I would suggest to erase and rebuild only these locales. This is not so easy as the list evolve from

Bug#965323: postinst script deletes custom locales

2020-07-29 Thread Aurelien Jarno
On 2020-07-27 08:26, Harald Dunkel wrote: > Can't be worse than not having the locale at all. Not to mention that there is > an option --posix to assure compatibility to POSIX.1-2008, AFAICT. This option doesn't change the output format which is glibc specific. It only control the source format,

Bug#965323: postinst script deletes custom locales

2020-07-29 Thread Harald Dunkel
Can't be worse than not having the locale at all. Not to mention that there is an option --posix to assure compatibility to POSIX.1-2008, AFAICT. If there are incompatible changes, then its my job to worry about recreating the custom locales. Since the postinst builds just a subset of all

Bug#965323: postinst script deletes custom locales

2020-07-19 Thread Aurelien Jarno
control: tag -1 + wontfix On 2020-07-19 15:55, Harald Dunkel wrote: > Package: locales > Version: 2.28-10 > > To support MacOS terminal I have to define "UTF-8" using localedef (see > #952516). > Problem is, custom locales are wiped out by the postinst script. Sample: > > # locale -a > C >

Processed: Re: Bug#965323: postinst script deletes custom locales

2020-07-19 Thread Debian Bug Tracking System
Processing control commands: > tag -1 + wontfix Bug #965323 [locales] postinst script deletes custom locales Added tag(s) wontfix. -- 965323: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=965323 Debian Bug Tracking System Contact ow...@bugs.debian.org with problems

Bug#965323: postinst script deletes custom locales

2020-07-19 Thread Harald Dunkel
Package: locales Version: 2.28-10 To support MacOS terminal I have to define "UTF-8" using localedef (see #952516). Problem is, custom locales are wiped out by the postinst script. Sample: # locale -a C C.UTF-8 POSIX # localedef -i C -f UTF-8 UTF-8 # locale -a C C.UTF-8 POSIX UTF-8 UTF-8.utf8 #