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Re: [PATCH][BZ#15886] 1.1 revision of ht_HT locale

On Wed, Aug 28, 2013 at 12:03 PM, Joseph S. Myers
<> wrote:
> On Tue, 27 Aug 2013, Chris Leonard wrote:

> Please see <>.
> Patches and ChangeLog entries go in emails to libc-alpha, not Bugzilla.
> The change itself goes as a patch; the ChangeLog entry goes separately in
> the patch submission email rather than as part of the diff (and likewise
> the addition of any fixed bug number to NEWS doesn't go in the patch
> submission, it's expected to be done by the committer along with adding
> the ChangeLog entry to the top of the ChangeLog file).

I will resubmit the patch in the proper format with ChangeLog en suite

> In the case of a *new* locale, also make sure to include the addition to
> the SUPPORTED file in the patch you submit.

Excellent point, a significant oversight on my part

> One version of what I think is a new locale you submitted includes a
> version of wording referring to "GLIBC", contrary to what was said in
> <> - 'No formal
> text we use says "GLIBC"' (and as discussed elsewhere, when such a short
> form is used informally, it's in lowercase, glibc not GLIBC).

The "GLIBC" text you mention is copied directly from the FSF's
response to a locale's "non-copyright" status.  Nonetheless, I will
make the appropriate changes.and resubmit the patch to the list.

Thank you for your assistance in becoming a better glibc contributor.


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