Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 64745
countries not sorted using locale collation sequence in kaddressbook
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:42:31 EDT
[reported also to bugs.kde.org]
Countries in the combo box (described below) are sorted using ASCII string
comparison or something instead of locale-specified collation sequence.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Set your locale to cs_CZ (or something other you can read which
places accented characters between unaccented Latin ones)
2.Run kaddressbook, create a new entry, push the Address button
3.Open the Country combo box.
Actual Results: The countries whose name starts with
an accented character (i.e. [using HTML notation because bugzilla will probably
mangle it, etc.] Česká republika [Czech Republic]) are placed
after all others.
Expected Results: Česká republika is placed after countries
whose name starts with C, but before countries with name starting with D,
similarly for other countries.
Same in 8.0
Same in phoebe.