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[Bug localedata/3326] New locale request: crh_UA

------- Additional Comments From tatar dot iqtelif dot i18n at gmail dot com  2006-10-13 20:43 -------
Created an attachment (id=1375)
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0.3: Using UTF-8 instead of ISO-8859-9 in comments, plus upper-cased some
Unicode entities

(In reply to comment #5)
> The recommendation is to write locales in a charset independent way, so
> that it can work with a number of charsets. And then the locale in
> source form should not have a charset name in it. When the locale is
> compiled with a specific charset, it is fine to add the name of that
> charset to the binary locale name.
OK, so i conclude that the locale-specific ISO charsets in other locale sources
are there for historical reasons, and UTF-8 should be used in general.
Please find the new entire locale file using UTF-8 instead of ISO-8859-9 in

P.S. Based on the assumption i marked the previous one obsolete.

Thanks all,

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