Re: Commit: ispell and enchant support both nn and no

From: Torstein Sunde (
Date: Tue Jan 27 2004 - 13:16:43 EST

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    Andrew Dunbar wrote:

    > Torstein Sunde wrote:
    > > [...] (Or like telling the Americans that "en"
    > > should be interpreted as "en_UK", which seems pretty
    > > obvious to many Europeans..)
    > Actually I don't think Ukrainian English is very
    > ovious even in Europe (-;

    Ukrainian English would be "en_UA", if it existed. (Ukrainian is

    But you're right that en_UK isn't the standard for British English,
    although I've seen it used a few times, e.g. /usr/share/locale/en_UK
    in the file list here:
    (The file list does include en_GB as well.)

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