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Re: utf8 vs iso8859-1 speed/responsiveness



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Sorry if double, sent with old account..

*** on Wednesday 30 June 2004 03:32, Hideki Hiura wrote:

> Glibc internal encoding is UTF32/UCS4, and modern toolkits, thus
> major desktop apps as well, OOo, all internal encoding is UTF-8,
> on RH9 as well.

Then, why not compiling Glibc with iso8859*, too? On my LFS I did so,
this not took a lot of space more..

I changed my/etc/sysconfig/i18n to:

LANG="it_IT.ISO-8859-15"
SUPPORTED="it_IT.ISO-8859-15:it_IT euro:it_IT.UTF-8:it_IT:it"
SYSFONT="latarcyrheb-sun16"

But when I start apps (e.g. xmms) by an xterm, I 've this message:
Gdk-WARNING **: locale not supported by C library

Can I solve?
tnx

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