Description of problem:
The directory /usr/share/locale/be@latin/LC_MESSAGES is not owned by any
package. It also looks to me whether "be@latin" is the same like "be" but
not with same charset etc. thus not provided by filesystem.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Everytime, see above.
/usr/share/locale/be@latin/LC_MESSAGES is not owned
Kill "be@latin" or clarify with Bill whether this directory should be added to
the filesystem package. IMHO providing "be" and "be@latin" is unnecessary.
So, my question would be why we have:
I'm guessing because there's no standard anywhere regarding this. So When I
would put rsc@mY$World" into some upstream package, this would get accepted
by downstream somehow surely, too.
glibc people prefer "latin" over "Latn".
Can we get these latin vs. Latn to one common style so that they can be owned
by the filesystem package?
> IMHO providing "be" and "be@latin" is unnecessary.
This is not true. One is Belarussian in Cyrillic (the default), the other
is Belarus in Latin.
Moving to filesystem.
We have an exception file for @modifier in filesystem; it would need to be added
there. Whether we want to simultaneously beat upstream into using latin instead
of Latn, I don't know.
Added be@latin to lang-exceptions for now.
Read ya, Phil