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Re: NSDecimalSeparator

From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: Re: NSDecimalSeparator
Date: Tue, 11 May 2010 23:00:39 +0200
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Am 11.05.2010 22:41, schrieb Andreas Höschler:
> Hi all,
>> I have set up a new system (Solaris/GNustep). Users want numbers to be
>> formated with , for the decimal separator and I again have no clue how
>> and where to set that. I have followed the trace up to
>>      NSScanner::locale
>>       loc = [[NSUserDefaults standardUserDefaults]
>> dictionaryRepresentation];
>> loc containing a corresponding value for the key NSDecimalSeparator. I
>> have just not found out how this is deternimed and set? Which unix
>> environment variables is GNUstep bas echecking to set a default for
>> this key?
> Found it, at least a solution I can live with.
>     defaults write NSGlobalDomain NSDecimalSeparator ","

On systems that have locale.h installed we use localeconv() to get this
information. Please see GSLocale.m for details.

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