Re: Japanese Display for gtk+-1.2.9

[root 180 root]#  ./xresolvelocale2 `locale -a` | grep X11 | sort | uniq

>>Excuse me, I meant libX11_d.a instead of libX11_g.a.
Still, we don't have this file on our target. Only the files exist.

>>If you don't have it, you cannot set breakpoints in
>>X11 internal functions? For example, please try to
>>set breakpoint on _XOpenLC(). If you cannot, I'm afraid
>>we cannot debug internal process in X-server.
Honestly, I don't know how to use the gdb. Im currently trying to use it but it take me some time to do this...

Is the ouput of the program ok?? There are more outputs appear from your system than in our target....

On 11/2/05, mpsuzuki hiroshima-u ac jp <mpsuzuki hiroshima-u ac jp > wrote:
On Wed, 2 Nov 2005 10:59:37 +0900
mpsuzuki hiroshima-u ac jp wrote:
>On the system whose libX11 loads /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/locale/ja/XLC_LOCALE,
>the output will be:
>       $ ./xresolvelocale.exe ja_JP
>       call _XlcResolveLocaleName() for "ja_JP"... resolved
>               siname=ja_JP.eucJP
>               language=ja
>               territory=JP
>               codeset=eucJP
>       _XlcFileName("ja_JP.eucJP", "locale") returns
>               /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/locale/ja/XLC_LOCALE

If possible, do additional test:
        $ ./xresolvelocale.exe `locale -a` | fgrep X11 | sort | uniq

It tests all locales defined in libc and generate a list
of accessible X11's locale database files. In my case,
I receive following.


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