Switching to Kreyol ?
sayamindu at gmail.com
Mon Jun 16 13:18:21 EDT 2008
The locale code would be ht_HT.UTF-8. I need to figure out how much of
Kreyol translations are in the build yet, but I would suggest that you
use one of the newer joyride builds.
Another problem is that probably (again, I need to verify this), the
Kreyole locale is not yet defined in glibc yet. In that case, we will
need a locale definition file for Kreyole and put it in our glibc
On Fri, Jun 13, 2008 at 8:31 AM, Bastien <bzg at altern.org> wrote:
> Hal Murray <hmurray at megapathdsl.net> writes:
>>> Mhh.. I can't seem to find a good reference on this. I will try to
>>> ask to some haitian developers.
>> The word Kreyol may mean:
>> * Liberian Kreyol language
>> * Haitian Creole language (Kreyòl ayisyen)
>> * Kreyol Lwiziyen (Louisiana Creole)
>> People in the US are probably familiar with Creole from the New Orleans
>> region. (We bought Louisiana from France in 1803.)
> Thanks*. The question is: where are the GNU/Linux users who configure
> their machine so that it speaks Kreyol? What is the equivalent of the
> en_EN.UTF-8 code then?
> I expect many of these users to be from the haitian diaspora, thus using
> canadian or french locale...
> * Not for the deal about Louisiana, of course.
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