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    Command:

    localedef

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           localedef   [-f   charmapfile]  [-i  inputfile]  [--force]  [--verbose]
           [--posix] [--quiet] outputpath
           localedef --version
           localedef --help
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           The localedef program reads the indicated charmap and input files, com-
           piles  them  to  a  form  usable  by  the  locale(7) functions in the C
           library, and places the six output files in the outputpath directory.
    
           If no charmapfile is given, POSIX is used by default.  If no  inputfile
           is  given, or if it is given as -, localedef reads from standard input.
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           Most options can have either short or long forms.   If  multiple  short
           options  are used, they can be combined in one word (e.g.  -cv).  If an
           option takes an argument, the argument can be given separately  as  the
           next word, or it can be written as option=argument.
    
           -f charmapfile, --charmap=charmapfile
                  Specify  the file that defines the symbolic character names that
                  are used by the input file.  If  the  file  is  in  the  default
                  directory for character maps, it is not necessary to specify the
                  full pathname.  This default directory is printed  by  localedef
                  --help.
    
           -i inputfile, --inputfile=inputfile
                  Specify  the locale definition file to compile.  If inputfile is
                  not absolute, localedef will also look in the  directory  speci-
                  fied  by  the  environment  variable I18NPATH and in the default
                  directory for locale definition files.  This  default  directory
                  is printed by localedef --help.
    
           -c, --force
                  Write the output files even if warnings were generated about the
                  input file.
    
           -v, --verbose
                  Generate extra warnings about errors that are normally  ignored.
    
           --quiet
                  Suppress  all  notifications and warnings, and report only fatal
                  errors.
    
           --posix
                  Be strictly POSIX conformant.  Implies --verbose.   This  option
                  currently  has no other effect.  Posix conformance is assumed if
                  the environment variable POSIXLY_CORRECT is set.
    
           -u codeset, --code-set-name=codeset
                  This option is accepted but ignored.
                  The default directory for locale definition files.
    
    
    

    FILES

           /usr/share/i18n/charmaps
                  Usual default charmap path.
    
           /usr/share/locale
                  Usual default output path.  See the output from localedef --help
                  for the paths used in your version.
    
           outputpath/LC_COLLATE
                  One of the output files.  It describes the rules  for  comparing
                  strings in the locale's alphabet.
    
           outputpath/LC_CTYPE
                  One  of the output files.  It contains information about charac-
                  ter cases and case conversions for the locale.
    
           outputpath/LC_MONETARY
                  One of the output files.  It describes the way  monetary  values
                  should be formatted in the locale.
    
           outputpath/LC_MESSAGES/SYS_LC_MESSAGES
                  One of the output files.  It contains information about the lan-
                  guage messages should be printed in, and what an affirmative  or
                  negative answer looks like.
    
           outputpath/LC_NUMERIC
                  One  of the output files.  It describes the rules for formatting
                  numbers in the locale.
    
           outputpath/LC_TIME
                  One of the output files.  It describes the rules for  formatting
                  times and dates in the locale.
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           locale(5), locale(7), locale(1)
    
    
    

    AUTHOR

           The program was written by Ulrich Drepper.
    
           This manpage was written by Richard Braakman <dark@xs4all.nl> on behalf
           of the Debian GNU/Linux Project and anyone else who wants it.  The man-
           page  is  not  supported  by the GNU libc maintainers and may be out of
           date.
    
    
    

    STANDARDS

           This program conforms to the POSIX standard P1003.2
    
    
    

    Red Hat Linux March 2001 LOCALEDEF(1)

    
    
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