Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 806328
Last modified: 2012-03-29 06:41:12 EDT
Description of problem:
filesystem creates locale directories using iso_639.xml file but that is old standard. New one is iso639_3.xml. We have brx_IN locale added recently. But there is no /usr/share/locale/brx directory.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
no directory present /usr/share/locale/brx
should create /usr/share/locale/brx
Thanks for report.
I checked the iso639.xml file and 68 three-letter id's are not in iso639_3.xml file. Mostly it seems to affect language groups - but I see there Moldovian and Bihari (which are individual). On the other hand - 7283 three-letter shortcuts from the iso639_3.xml are missing in iso_639.xml - that's quite huge number. I'm not really sure if we want to own and create all these in filesystem.
I will request you to add this directory commenting in spec "rh#806328:create Bodo language locale directory whose langcode is not present in iso639.xml"
we can add such directories at least when reported by someone till it really need to find another solution.
brx locale added into lang-exceptions in Rawhide. I did the sed script for getting locale dir from all iso-639-3 locales, but will not apply it at the moment - the number of locales is too huge, so I will add them manually once anyone complains.
$ rpm -qlp filesystem-3.1-1.fc18.i686.rpm | grep brx