Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 3rd Sep 2007 22:16 UTC
PC-BSD PC-BSD 1.4 RC1 has been released. "After a month of refinement, the PC-BSD team is pleased to make available the 1.4RC release. This update addresses many of the reported bugs from 1.4BETA, as well as adding working i18n support for international languages. PC-BSD 1.4RC can be downloaded via our mirrors or via Torrent on the 1.4 download page."
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RE[2]: System and KDE i18n issues
by Doc Pain on Wed 5th Sep 2007 14:49 UTC in reply to "RE: System and KDE i18n issues"
Doc Pain
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2006-10-08

"German ASCII would be ISO-8859-15 instead of -1 and furthermore we are using unicode (UTF-8) in Germany. "

ISO-8859-15 features the Euro sign instead of the generic currency sign, umlauts are supported in both of them. UTF-8 unicode does not seem to have an effect on some non-KDE apps and no effect in text mode, so umlauts or the eszett ligature cannot be entered. FreeBSD uses some system variables to control language specific behaviour in order to display certain values in the preferred regional format (LC_TIME, LC_MONETARY, LC_COLLATE etc.), others do control program output languages (LC_MESSAGES). Inside KDE, UFT-8 is the correct choice, I agree. As long as you stick to KDE applications and don't do any "strange" stuff, you won't notice anything.

"If you're are from Germany, help them!"

Sorry, KDE is definitely not designed for me, I had to waste a lot of red pencils... :-)

Furthermore, we have a high rate of functional illiteracy here in Germany, so no one would see any difference. Fundamental techniques of society (such as reading, writing, elementar mathematics) are not very important here, sadly.

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