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idnlang.conf(5)		      File Formats Manual	       idnlang.conf(5)

NAME
       idnlang.conf - language alias file for idnkit

SYNOPSIS
       /usr/local/etc/idnlang.conf

DESCRIPTION
       The idnlang.conf	file defines aliases of	language names.	 It is located
       on  /usr/local/etc/idnlang.conf	and  always  loaded  automatically  as
       idn2.conf  and  .idn2rc.	  The aliases in this file can be used just as
       the real	names.

       As described in idn2.conf(5),  idnkit  has  a  configuration  parameter
       named  ``current	 language''.  Unless the current language is specified
       by the ``language'' entry in the	idnkit configuration file, the	idnkit
       library	guesses	 the  current  language	from locale information	at run
       time.  The idnkit library assumes the language name is an  ISO639  lan-
       guage  code  (e.g. ``en''), but the language name taken from locale in-
       formation may not be (e.g. ``English'').	 Using idnlang.conf,  you  can
       avoid the trouble.

       The  alias  file	is a simple text file, consisting of lines (other than
       comment lines, which begin with ``#'', and empty	lines) of the form:

	   alias-name real-name

       where alias-name	is an alias name to be defined,	and real-name  is  its
       real name.

SAMPLE FILE
       The following shows a sample idnlang.conf file.

	   #
	   # idnlang.conf sample.
	   #
	   Azeri	  ar
	   Lithuanian	  lt
	   Turkish	  tr

FILES
       /usr/local/etc/idnlang.conf

SEE ALSO
       idncheck(1),   idncmp(1),  idnconv2(1),	iconv(3),  idn_setlanguage(3),
       idn2.conf(5), idnalias.conf(5)

				 Sep 21, 2012		       idnlang.conf(5)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | SAMPLE FILE | FILES | SEE ALSO

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