Subject: Re: commit -- Re: Unix PS printing and locales
From: sam th (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon May 29 2000 - 05:58:16 CDT
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On 29 May 2000, Kenneth MacDonald wrote:
> >>>>> "sam" == sam th <email@example.com> writes:
> sam> On 26 May 2000, Kenneth MacDonald wrote:
> >> Here's a much better patch to fix the same thing. It
> >> temporarily sets LC_NUMERIC to "C" locale and then back to the
> >> original setting.
> sam> I just tested this patch (thanks to Martin for providing me
> sam> with colored text) and it fixes the bug (which was real).
> sam> Now pt (portugese, right?) works just as well as english.
> Yes, the bug affected any locale that used a non period (.) as its
> decimal point (radix) character. For example Portuguese (pt), German
> (de), etc.
> Coloured text can be set by right clicking on a word and choosing
> font, and then the colour tab. I suppose "font" should be replaced by
> "style" or something.
Doh. Now I remember that.
> Thanks for committing the fix!
You're the one who gets the thanks. I just did a little QA with
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