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Re: What should LC_MESSAGES be?

On Thu, 15 Aug 2002, Susan G. Conger wrote:
>\When you were compiling the nl_types stuff did you get the following
>msgcat.c: In function `catopen':
>msgcat.c:87: `LC_MESSAGES' undeclared (first use in this function)
>msgcat.c:87: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
>msgcat.c:87: for each function it appears in.)
>What value should LC_MESSAGES be defined to? I got an answer of 9 from
>Ben and
>soemone looked on Linux and they said it was defined to 5.

If you check out the patch in the Open Darwin bug report I mentioned
earlier you'll see it adds a definition of it to /usr/include/locale.h. On
Darwin, 6 is an appropriate value.

>Also what does that number signify? What is LC_MESSAGES?

It's just an identifier to distinguish it from the other LC_* macros in

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