euc code in libc not aligned with localedef
|Assignee:||Garrett D'Amore||% Done:|
|Category:||lib - userland libraries|
The support in libc for euc encodings has special code for EUC, whereby each of the variations is handled via a "variable" which provides additional logic.
Localedef's approach is much saner, where EUC-CN, EUC-KR, EUC-JP, and EUC-TW are each treated as separate encodings.
The fact that these two are in disagreement means that none of the EUC encodings can be used.
We need to make libc's look like localedefs.
At the same time, we can remove some of the special casing checks for EUC from libc.
#2 Updated by Garrett D'Amore about 7 years ago
It compiles and lints cleanly at least. I don't have any experience or data for EUC, so I can only assume this is correct. If it is incorrect, then at least it should be incorrect consistently with localedef.
#3 Updated by Garrett D'Amore about 7 years ago
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date: Thu Jan 13 08:38:20 2011 -0800
616 euc code in libc not aligned with localedef
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