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Author lemburg
Recipients lemburg, loewis, serhiy.storchaka
Date 2013-12-20.15:06:02
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On 20.12.2013 15:55, Serhiy Storchaka wrote:
> After applying the patch Python supports all ks_IN and sd_IN locales.

Well, yes, but only because you are removing the @-modifiers. I don't
think that's correct, since e.g. the string formatting used for
numbers is different with the modifier.

If you keep the modifiers, but move them to the end of the locale
string you should get the correct behavior, e.g.

-    'sd':                                   'sd_IN@devanagari.UTF-8',
+    'sd':                                   'sd_IN.UTF-8@devanagari',

(modulo perhaps the spelling of "UTF-8")
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