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Re: Internationalization...

From: Hiroki Sato <hrs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2004 10:53:16 +0900 (JST)

Jeroen Ruigrok/asmodai <asmodai@xxxxxx> wrote
  in <20040115073839.GG776@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:

asmodai> -On [20040115 02:12], Ryan Dooley (dooleyr@xxxxxxxxxxxx) wrote:
asmodai> >Is it worth taking a good look or would this be low on the priority list?
asmodai> It _is_ interesting.  I looked at that in the past and discussed it with
asmodai> various people.  Not sure what stopped the i18n effort.  Some of you
asmodai> might remember that I was one of the few working with people on the
asmodai> freebsd-i18n lists.  I still have a very well defined interest in all
asmodai> this (call me a language freak).

 For FreeBSD, I think one of the reasons why the i18n effort stopped is
 a conflict of opinions between the existing locale implementation and
 the new one.  The current FreeBSD locale implementation works in
 its way, and Citrus locale is too different from it (in implementation).
 I like Citrus implementation because it does not depend on the specific
 character set, but it still has pros and cons (performance, implementation
 complexity, and so on) and not always better than the existing one.

| Hiroki SATO

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