Collation with different glibc versions

Collation with different glibc versions

Post by Nick Gazalo » Fri, 06 Dec 2002 21:01:59



Quote:> $ echo -e 'bobbill\nbobrob\nbob bill\nbob robber' | LC_ALL=en_US sort
> bobbill
> bob bill    -\
> bobrob       |-- Seems these ought to be adjacent?
> bob robber  -/

On Linux with glibc 2.2.5, I get the same result. But with glibc 2.3.1:

$ echo -e 'bobbill\nbobrob\nbob bill\nbob robber' | LC_ALL=en_US sort
bob bill
bob robber
bobbill
bobrob

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1. Collation with different glibc versions, part 2

Sorry, it was a mistake. localedef had not been run for en_US. After that,
the sort looks the same for all versions of glibc.

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