OS X 10.2.4 non-standard & unconstitutional

Sean M. Burke sburke at cpan.org
Mon Apr 14 13:41:34 CEST 2003

At 4/14/2003 07:17 PM +0100, Marion Gunn wrote:
>OS X 10.2.4 System Preferences currently reads 'Ireland (English) and
>Ireland (Gaelic)', an expression which is unusual, non-standard and
>OS X 10.2.4 System Preferences should read 'Ireland (English) and Ireland
>(Irish)'. [...]

"Ireland (Irish)" isn't exactly the most fluid-sounding phrase, either.

It's fun to have a constitution!

Sean M. Burke  sburke at cpan.org  http://search.cpan.org/~sburke/

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