At 2/10/2003 11:55 AM +0100, Andrew Snare wrote:
At 03:10 PM 7/02/2003 -0900, Sean M. Burke wrote:
[...]Incidentally, one that that Locale::Maketext does do, is the
reverse: if a user accepts en-ca, Locale::Maketext will say "OK, I can
also just give then en.pm". That is, this accept list:
Accept-Language: en-CA, es-MX
is treated as if it were really:
Accept-Language: en-CA, es-MX, en, es
I suppose I could have easly made it instead work so it would instead
read it as:
Accept-Language: en-CA, en, es-MX, es
I'm not particularly attached to either way; I bet there's theoretical
and practical arguments both ways. Does anyone have a preference? It's
This is arguably wrong.
So actually argue it. English please, no predicate logic.
Sean M. Burke sburke(_at_)cpan(_dot_)org http://search.cpan.org/~sburke/