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Description of problem:
'ls -l' lacks '日'(day) char in Japanese environment.
This should be fixed in its ja.po, it's not software implementation
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. ls -l with LANG=ja_JP.UTF-8
Actual Results: The distro is garbage.
Expected Results: The distro should speak sane Japanese.
This issue might happen on Chinese or Korean environmemt,
but I don't know what's in their .po files.
Do you have a patch to fix this?
Created attachment 100787 [details]
diff for coreutils-5.2.1/po/ja.po
Fix for date format
Thanks. Fixed in 5.2.1-11.
So according to bug #118958 this wasn't sufficient. Please supply a patch which
is: I don't really understand what's going on here.
*** Bug 118958 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Did you see the attachment 106269 [details] in Bug 118958?
The upper (execute "ls -l") is an actual result, and the lower is an expected one.
The attachment 100787 [details] in this bug fixes it.
According to bug #118958 comment #2 this was not sufficient.
Please confirm/deny that the current coreutils package (which includes the patch
from attachment 100787 [details] as "coreutils-jday.patch"), 5.2.1-54, gives the correct
So, the behavior that was believed to be wrong (æ¥ does not follow
the day although æ follows the month) is back in FC5, such as in
I see that the patch from attachment 100787 [details] was dropped on the FC5
branch. Is this intentional? Did upstream or someone decide that
not having the day character is better because it's more consistent
with other languages or something? If so, I suppose this could be
I dropped the patch, because I got no answer to comment #8.