ross at soi.city.ac.uk
Wed Mar 9 14:22:02 EST 2005
On Wed, Mar 09, 2005 at 12:00:12PM -0700, Victor Secarin wrote:
> - in file libraries/tools/make_bootlib - on line 77 - replace [a-z]
> with [abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz]
> Explanation: they changed the collating sequence on us.
> In older distros, the Unix collating sequence, which we have learned to
> expect, used to be ABC...XYZabc...xyz. In that case, saying [a-z]
> means "all the lowercase letters"
> However, in Fedora 1, if you do for instance an 'ls', you can easily see
> that the new collating sequence is now AaBbCc....XxYyZz. In this
> case, [a-z] now means "all letters, uppercase or lowercase, except A".
> Since [a-z] is in the argument to '-prune', the result is that it
> prunes everything except Array.hs.
What's your locale? Does setting LC_COLLATE to C help?
Are grep and sed also affected?
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