Bug#481424: No locales

Benjamin Drung bdrung at ubuntu.com
Fri Sep 4 08:36:13 UTC 2009

Am Freitag, den 04.09.2009, 10:20 +0200 schrieb Fabian Greffrath: 
> Benjamin Drung schrieb:
> > This patch will not be accepted by upstream and is not flexible enough.
> Hm... why are you so sure?

I discussed it with upstream already. Fedora had the same patch, but
they dropped it. Michael Schwendt wrote: "After discussing this on the
list, we've pulled it as it would differ from upstream defaults. And a
setup dialog is plausible actually. It's not a big hurdle."

> I hope we agree that the language start-up dialog must die.

Yes, definitely.

> I don't understand why you want to introduce just another option to 
> the languages menu. The language is a per-user setting. How often do 
> users (a) change application languages to something different than 
> their locale and (b) change their locale?

Often enough. :) My default language is German, but for debugging I
often set LANG=C. Therefore I want an option for it in Preferences ->
Interface -> Language. This would make audacity behave like all other

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