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Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2015 10:59:15 +0700
From: Рысь <>
Subject: Re: libintl: stubs or working functions?

On Tue, 17 Mar 2015 13:59:16 +0700
Рысь <> wrote:

> Attached is my draft of translated strings you mentioned to Russian.
> Some strings I borrowed from glibc, but only few of them (things like
> "Broken pipe" and similar). Certain translations may be inaccurate,
> but mostly if I did not know context I did an additional quick
> research by grepping man pages. I think this should be additionally
> reviewed by russian subscribers.
> File compiles with msgfmt but I did not tested it. I will do when I
> will establish a locale kvm machine to test and finally fix my locale
> issue.
> Let me know if additional places in libc need to be translated.

I did something wrong probably because attached draft does not work in
any way. It's compiled version is mmaped but no translation is done.
Even date +%x shows original "%m/%d/%y" format. However test file I
tried previously does work. What's wrong with it?

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