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Re: svn: Can't recode string

From: Scott Palmer <scott.palmer_at_2connected.org>
Date: 2005-01-19 15:21:50 CET

On Jan 19, 2005, at 3:17 AM, Joel wrote:

>> A couple of people responded like the above... I need to set the
>> locale. So, I guess my follow up questions would be...
>> 1) How do I set the locale? man locale doesn't yield anything terribly
>> useful.
> IIRC, Mac OS X still (panther) doesn't really implement the *nix
> locales.
> (Check for yourself, anyone who has a Linux or freeBSD box and a Mac OS
> X box to compare.)
> Anyway locale and language are environment variables.
> ...

> Various applications need to be told what to expect. If the environment
> variables are not there, they fall back to default. In 10.2.8 shell, I
> just did a printenv, and I don't see any LOCALE or LANG.
> For LANG, it would be something like
> export LANG=en_US.UTF-8
> I think. If you're on Jaguar, or just like tcsh, you'll need setenv
> instead of export, I believe.
> Hmm. I don't see LOCALE set on my linux box, either.

If you hit Commad-i in a terminal window or select "Show Info" form the
terminal's File menu on Panther (OS X 10.3) then select "Display" in
the combo box there is some interesting information.

What I found interesting is that my Character Set Encoding is set to
"Unicode UTF-8". Though I could not cut and paste the asian characters
from you email sig to the terminal and have it do anything useful.
There are lots of options for font selection as well though, and I
didn't bother playing around with them. I was using Monaco Regular
10pt. and had the checkbox "Wide glyphs for Japanese/Chinese/etc."


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