Re: [Evolution] i18n buglets

A natural approach would be: Each national environment has a
corresponding charset, so as soon as the user switches to that
environment, everything he writes is considered to be encoded in that
charset, even though some words may by coincidence be classified as
us-ascii or whatever. Just imagine for the moment that all charsets have
equal rights.

But how do you define "national environment" in a computer program ... 

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