Matthias Fechner wrote:
> Hi Anssi,
> Anssi Hannula wrote:
>> What is the output of "locale"?
> it says:
Hmm, what about:
LC_ALL=en_US LANGUAGE=de_DE ls --help
Which language is the message displayed in?
> I checked the manpage of locale and it says that I can set the following
> I checked then the homepage of gettext and it says:
> "Then, users only have to set the LANG environment variable to the
> appropriate `ll_CC' combination prior to using the programs in the
> package. See Matrix. For example, let's presume a German site. At the
> shell prompt, users merely have to execute `setenv LANG de_DE' (in csh)
> or `export LANG; LANG=de_DE' (in sh). They could even do this from their
> .login or .profile file."
> see here:
LANGUAGE variable is described as the method to use by software wishing
to provide an option to change language:
> I checked also the version of gettext and it seems that the current
> version of gettext is 0.16 which I have installed.
> Are you using an older version of gettext?
Nope, latest is in use.
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