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[debian-devel:05890] Re: [jshin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: glibc-wcsmbs and locale data for Korean EUC-KR]

From: yosshy@debian.or.jp (Akira YOSHIYAMA)
Subject: [debian-devel:05887] [jshin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: glibc-wcsmbs and locale data for Korean EUC-KR]
Date: Wed, 4 Nov 1998 22:46:39 +0900

>   謎の在米韓国人 shin さんから、これまた久しぶりなメールが来ました。
>   でも、なんて書いてあるか分かんない…
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>  So, I downloaded the newest version of glibc2.0.7-wcsmbs and
> wcsmbs-0.4.x from ftp.debian.or.jp. For Japanese locales, everything
> seems to be in order, but locale data(LC_CTYPE, LC_TIME, etc) is missing
> for Korean locales. Without that, fontList/fontset spec. for X11 (e.g.
> Netscape) wouldn't work, would it? Hence, my question is how I can
> generate those locale files(LC_CTYPE, LC_TIME,etc) for Korean
> EUC-KR(what version of localedef and what format of locale and charmap
> source did you use?)  I saw you wrote that those for Japanese are sort
> of 'dummy' only to make fontList/fontset work with X11 programs. I guess
> that would be sufficient for Korean users, too. Once I succeed in
> building 'dummy' Korean locales, I'll send them to you for inclusion
> in your package. 


 glibc2.0.7-wcsmbs + wcsmbs-0.4.x は古いので
 slink にある (全部本家からとれるはず)
  libc6, libwcsmbs, wcsmbs-locale-ko