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Re: question about behavior of sort -n -t,

From: Pádraig Brady
Subject: Re: question about behavior of sort -n -t,
Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2013 00:43:54 +0100
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On 10/09/2013 12:34 AM, Gabriel Gaster wrote:
> PS. I just read a conversation linked on Pádraig's site as a 'TODO'.
> GNU bug report logs - #15157 join doesn't follow norms and dies instead of 
> doing something useful w/duplicate options
> While I'm not sure, it seems that this might be a related conversation -- 
> regarding command-line specified arguments overriding environment settings. I 
> read pieces from that exchange but I couldn't determine if the todo is to 
> allow the command-like specified field-separator to override settings in LC_* 
> or not.

It is kind of related, well spotted.
Though that's specifically about how sort -t, -t: is handled.
I've responded separately in this thread as to why -t,
should probably not ingore ',' as a grouping character.


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