Re: [gtkmm] behavior modification of input/output functions

I have some generic numeric<->text conversion routines in glom
(glom/data_structure/glomconversions.[h|cc]) that might be interesting.
They can use the current locale or the classic C locale for canonical
representations. They do date/time stuff too.

> Le mer 21/07/2004 à 11:23, Tassos Bassoukos a écrit :
>> On Wed, 2004-07-21 at 11:43, Florent Teichteil wrote:
>> > Thank you for your advice !
>> >
>> > I have added the code 'setlocale(LC_ALL, "C");' just after 'Gtk::Main
>> > m(&argc, &argv);' and all the numbers are well parsed.
>> Hmmm... I believe that this solution might interfere with
>> internationalization / localization of your program.
> Yes, my program is now in US english but it is better since the
> exceptions of the library that I use only are in US english...
>> > Does gtkmm initialize the language to the local setting ?
>> It is customarily set by the display manager (xdm, gdm or kdm) for X
>> sessions.
> It is surprising... If I add the code 'setlocale(LC_ALL, "C");' BEFORE
> 'Gtk::Main m(&argc, &argv);', the numbers are european-like parsed so
> that I thought that gtkmm was responsible for changing the the
> application's language to the local setting.
>> Tassos
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