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Re: [PATCH v2] Removed redundant data for LC_MONETARY


AKHILESH KUMAR <akhilesh.k@samsung.com> さんはかきました:

>> diff --git a/localedata/locales/bn_IN b/localedata/locales/bn_IN
>> index b27af12..f8074b5 100644
>> --- a/localedata/locales/bn_IN
>> > +++ b/localedata/locales/bn_IN
>> > @@ -54,27 +54,7 @@ END LC_COLLATE
>> >
>> >
>> >  LC_MONETARY
>>> -% This is the POSIX Locale definition the LC_MONETARY category
>>> -% generated by IBM Basic CountryPack Transformer.
>> > -% These are generated based on XML base Locale defintion file
>> > -% for IBM Class for Unicode.
>> > -%
>> > -int_curr_symbol       "<U0049><U004E><U0052><U0020>"
>> > -currency_symbol       "<U20B9>"
>> > -mon_decimal_point     "<U002E>"
>> > -mon_thousands_sep     "<U002C>"
>> > -mon_grouping          2;3
>>  
>> mon_grouping is different than what hi_IN defines.
>>  
>> > diff --git a/localedata/locales/te_IN b/localedata/locales/te_IN
>> > index e8c6424..a1f10e1 100644
>> > --- a/localedata/locales/te_IN
>> > +++ b/localedata/locales/te_IN
>> > @@ -75,27 +75,7 @@ END LC_COLLATE
>> >
>> >
>> >  LC_MONETARY
>> -% This is the POSIX Locale definition the LC_MONETARY category
>> -% generated by IBM Basic CountryPack Transformer.
>> -% These are generated based on XML base Locale defintion file
>> -% for IBM Class for Unicode.
>> -%
>> -int_curr_symbol       "<U0049><U004E><U0052><U0020>"
>> -currency_symbol       "<U20B9>"
>> -mon_decimal_point     "<U002E>"
>> -mon_thousands_sep     "<U002C>"
>> -mon_grouping          3;2
>> -positive_sign         ""
>> -negative_sign         "<U002D>"
>> -int_frac_digits       2
>> -frac_digits           2
>> -p_cs_precedes         1
>> -p_sep_by_space        0
>> -n_cs_precedes         1
>> -n_sep_by_space        0
>>  
>> Both p_sep_by_space and n_sep_by_space values were different than what
>> hi_IN defines.
>>  
>> These changes are causing errors at stdlib/tst-strfmon_l.
>> 
>>Are these changes really expected?
>
>  
> I believe LC_MONETARY to be uniform across the country.
>
> Also In LC_MONETARY "mon_grouping"  field in nation language “Hindi” seems wrong
> it could be 3;2
> 
> I will check other field (p_sep_by_space and n_sep_by_space)
> and Share Fix patch soon

Did you check these other fields for hi_IN already?

-- 
Mike FABIAN <mfabian@redhat.com>


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