In 54th line of localedata/locales/pl_PL is described ordering algorithm as it
% 1. Spaces and hyphen (but not soft
% hyphen) before punctuation
% characters, punctuation characters
... and so on
but in 290th line it's written:
so <space> (U0020) is changed into IGNORE and ignored in sort order as it should
Created attachment 195 [details]
this patch fixes that issue
This comment was copied from a template file, so it is not reliable.
If you look into a Polish dictionary, is the space character ignored
or taken into account when sorting entries?
Reporter, reply, please, otherwise I'll close the bug.
Polish collate rules defined in PN--80/N--01223 (document
proposed by Polish Ministry of Culture and Arts in 1980)
"In sort order you should consider alphabetic order of words
(and so characters inside words). Characters between words
such as punctuation chars, spaces and hypens should be
considered as well."
Also you should know that polish TeX community (as we
all know TeX users are obsessive about any norms and
regulations compliance) shows us such example:
- - - - - - - - - - - -
katalog informatyczny katalogi
katalog przedmiotowy katalog informatyczny
katalogi katalog przedmiotowy
- unfortunatelly link in polish language )
I made the change.
Next time if you reply, change the state back from WAITING. Otherwise the bug
might not show up on lists.