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bug#13362: GNU bug report logs - #13362 tr does not work with UTF-8 loca
bug#13362: GNU bug report logs - #13362 tr does not work with UTF-8 locales
Fri, 27 Jun 2014 19:01:14 +0200
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This bugs is causing errors since many years ago (at least twelve (!)
[https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=139861]), and let's face
it, if we don't change the point of view it will never get solved. Meanwhile,
the effects of this bug will keep on damaging the works of Linux users, and our
sed can work with utf-8 correctly. What about asking help from sed developers?
sed developers could even refactor the tr code so that sed code could be used,
so at least this bug would not keep on causing errors to Linux users.
Moreover, sed developers may find a better solution than that one.
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