svn commit: r192398 - in head/usr.bin: . perror
gabor at FreeBSD.org
Fri May 22 11:41:46 UTC 2009
Robert Watson escribió:
> On Fri, 22 May 2009, Bruce Evans wrote:
>>> : actually good one.
>>> There's also internationalization that actually happens too, right?
>>> That doesn't happen with grep..
>> What about with "man errno". Man pages are slightly more likely to
>> be present than application (not system) include files, and man
>> should support localization. It gives more noise than grepping an
>> include file, but the noise might be signal and can be filtered.
> For me, at least, a simple text -> errno name ("EPERM") would go a
> long way, since they aren't internationalized strings, and are
> therefore usable in scripts in useful ways. On the topic of man pages
> though -- I was interested to see that Mac OS X does not ship with an
> errno(2), despite shipping with a BSD-derived errno.h.
They didn't used to be internationalized strings but since my libc NLS
commit they are. Now we have quite a few catalogs for common languages
so it isn't so trivial any more...
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