> Hmm, It does not look good. Your OS does not return proper
> information about
> codeset. Following code is broken:
> setlocale(LC_CTYPE, ctype);
> sys = nl_langinfo(CODESET);
> sys = strdup(sys);
>It seems you need to fix OS first. After that we can add CODESET mapping to
I don't think this is possible.
Can you give me an indication what problems I should look out for?
Regression testing only showed some date format issues if I remeber correctly.
Harvey, Allan AC napsal(a):
> Thanks for your reply.
>> I guess we don't have locale mapping for SCO OpenServer5.7. See
> Browser Timed out. (?)
>> Could you run following code:
>> and send output.
> Output as requested:
> bash-2.05$ for LOCALE in `locale -a`; do locale_test $LOCALE; done
> C_C.C ... - NO MATCH
> cs_CZ.ISO8859-2 ... - NO MATCH
> english_uk.ISO8859-15 ... - NO MATCH
> english_uk.8859 ... - NO MATCH
Zdenek Kotala Sun Microsystems
Prague, Czech Republic http://sun.com/postgresql
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