Geir BXkholt wrote:
> 
> on Thursday, May 18, 2000 mindlace wrote :
> 
> [snip]
> m> ./start -L 'my_locale'
> 
> m> Assuming you're using zope 2.1.4 or later.
> 
> m> I did it with Portuguese (./start -L 'pt_PT'), and all funny portuguese
> m> characters ( etc.) catalog properly.  You may need to reindex after
> m> restarting.
> 
> m> ~mindlace
> 
> is it possible to use multiple locales ??
> I am currently developing a site in 4 languages (with 2 more
> to come) , and have experienced similar problems with the
> catalog..

Hmm... doing locale -a , it looks to me like there's no "iso-latin1"
locale (assuming you're using all latinate languages).  I would think,
at least for cataloging, that this is probably non-trivial.

You may wish to join the mailing list for the zope internationalization
project and see if they have suggestions:

http://www.eevolute.com/mailman/listinfo/zip

~ethan mindlace fremen
digicool & imeme

(p.s.  I assume that with python 1.6 this will become more
straightforward, as then we'll have unicode support).

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