[Haskell-beginners] new locale?
wrwills at gmail.com
Mon Oct 19 18:17:05 EDT 2009
Sorry for not replying earlier. I didn't see this until Friday and
didn't get much time on my computer this weekend.
I asked this question because I was hoping to find
System.Locale.defaultTimeLocale doesn't seem to be returning a time
locale that matches what's on my system. It returns dateFmt =
"%m/%d/%y" while my machine is set to EN_GB and so presumably it should
In Python on my machine I get:
>>> import locale
So anyway, I was wondering whether there was a new locale library that
fixed this problem.
Brent Yorgey wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 05:44:34AM +0100, Robert Wills wrote:
>> says "This package provides the old locale library. For new code, the new
>> locale library is recommended."
>> Does anyone know where I would find the new library?
> What locale functions are you trying to use? As far as I can tell,
> there actually is no "new locale library" and functions for working
> with the locale have been spread across various other libraries as
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