OK, I am willing to make them #ifdef'ed, if someone would explain what
LC_MESSAGES is used for.
> > Locale does not work on BSD/OS because it does not have LC_MESSAGES. I
> > just got this back from BSDI technical support. Comments?
> | LC_MESSAGES is apparently an extension; it's not in the POSIX spec, and it's
> | not in the C spec I have handy. (Admittedly, that's C99, but I don't think
> | anything like this was removed since C89.) So, recommend you #ifdef that;
> | #ifdef LC_MESSAGES
> | ...[interact with LC_MESSAGES]
> | #endif
> POSIX and ANSI C have the following categories:
> "Implementation defined additional categories" are allowed, and it
> looks like many (most?) implementations use LC_MESSAGES, but they
> don't have to, I guess.
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