[Pmwiki-users] annoying setlocale misbehaviour
Patrick R. Michaud
Fri Apr 9 19:20:26 CDT 2004
On Fri, Apr 09, 2004 at 11:20:15AM +0200, Enrique Pardo wrote:
> My ISP (pair.com) says that the "fr_FR" locale (set in PmWikiFr/XLPage) is
> not a valid php locale for their servers and I should add to it the
> character set I wish to use. This gives: "fr_FR.ISO8859-1"
> I have changed this in my PmWikiFr/XLPageLocal (I could have added it also
> to my config.php)
Yes, the locale information is unfortunately highly server dependent.
Many systems will also understand "french" as a locale name.
> While the month names are now in french, the character set changes the
> decimal separators generated from a php script from a period "." to a comma
Oops, that's icky. You may be able to fix this by adding:
to your config.php after the call to XLPage().
> So how to avoid it?
> I need the french locale (and month names in french).
> Pm, could you ROUND the generated font-size values?
They're already rounded, but I suppose I could round to the nearest unit
instead of the nearest tenth. I'll probably do that in the next release.
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