dj at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Oct 6 16:41:45 PDT 2008
DJ Lucas wrote:
> Randy McMurchy wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Noted in DJ's book (I'll continue to refer to it as that
>> even though his book is what will be SVN, he's the one
>> that got all this stuff going) that we've dropped the
>> i18n patch for Coreutils. IIRC, upstream won't touch it,
>> and I think I remember there may have been a discussion
>> about it here, but I want to revisit it to ensure that
>> we're all good dropping it and/or keeping it.
>> Alexander may have some good info here, as others may
>> also, but I want to ensure the community is agreed as to
>> the direction we take.
>> I'm not an i18n person, so I really cannot contribute
>> anything worthwhile other than bringing it up here.
>> I'm going to update Coreutils to 6.12 without the patch
>> and we can always add it if we determine it should be
>> there. I simply don't know if it should or should not be.
> That patch has been buggy in the past. The current upstream version of
> it does not apply to raw Coreutils-6.12, and it has been rejected by
> upstream in the past. While I can certainly munge that patch into
> applying, I do not have any reliable way to test the changes other than
> witnessing no change.
Must have been more than 2 months and 2 weeks since I tested it. The
current patch applies (with fuzz and offset). It does not build in the
host system (BLFS-6.3) however. Again, I'll drop it in when this one is
done and run through the tests that Alexander posted. FYI, the first
test confirmed that the first sed in GLibC was correctly removed.
-- DJ Lucas
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