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Re: [PATCH] localedata: convert all files to utf-8

On 11-02-2016 21:08, Mike Frysinger wrote:
> On 11 Feb 2016 16:28, Adhemerval Zanella wrote:
>> On 09-02-2016 02:43, Mike Frysinger wrote:
>>> On 08 Feb 2016 19:46, Paul Eggert wrote:
>>>> This looks good. It is almost exactly the localedata/locales subset of my 
>>>> proposed patches in 
>>>> <>. In the only place 
>>>> where this new patch disagrees with that subset, it is correct (SayÄn) and the 
>>>> earlier patch was wrong (SayÃn) because Emacs misguessed the that file's 
>>>> comments' encoding. Thanks.
>>> thanks, pushed
>>> i've also downloaded your patch and applied the ChangeLog parts since
>>> Roland already said those are "obvious"
>>> feel like splitting up the rest ?
>> I do not think this patch fits in any category discussed where we should
>> lift the hard freeze.  Please revert and commit again when 2.24 opens.
> yeah, both of these should have waited.  sorry about that.  usually
> ChangeLog files are fairly exempt from rules due to their setup.
>> This is also valid for CL change (d2bb040b2a2f58b1ef80f01292bd722fce01d36a).
> i don't mind reverting this one since it seems to break the tst-regex
> test.  but is reverting updates to comments in the localedata files
> needed if nothing is broken ?
> -mike

For the comments which does not have any side effects I think it is not worth
the trouble.

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