luis at anachreon.co.uk
Wed Nov 15 04:33:42 EST 2006
I had stated (in a prior response) that the Perl module could be
examined to see if the same could be replicated in Transcript, as all it
looks like it's doing is checking several locations for language
preferences and comparing that to a large list.
Richmond Mathewson wrote:
> Luis wrote:
> "The Perl module works on all three."
> but spoilt brat, he want native-RunRev method, or
> he throw one heap-big tantrum and say "wude tings".
> --- Presumably ???? somewhere "in the undergrowth"
> of a Linux install there is a place where there is a
> record of installed languages.
> The thing that worries me is that I have Bulgarian
> for GNOME and not for KDE . . .
> So, if I want my standalone to 'see' Bulgarian will it
> do that
> if I boot up KDE as my window-manager rather than
> Unlike Mac OS and Windows which only sport the "one
> size fits all" window managers that come out of the
> box with them; Linux
> has many options - and, it seems, that Languages are
> as add-ons to the Window managers rather than the
> system Ding-An-Sich.
> In theory, it would be entirely feasible to run Linux
> with 2 window-managers that use completely different
> languages as their main languages:
> say, GNOME in Finnish and KDE in Russian (and, let's
> face it,
> although the Finns and the Russians live right next
> door to
> each other . . .) . . . :)
> my standalone, when it lands on this system will
> "throw a bluey"!
> sincerely, Richmond Mathewson
> "Its time to do Philosophy and stop worrying about what dead men said."
> Mathewson 2006
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