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4.2.10.1 Localization Directives

The following configuration directives control localization. They are available for use in rule statements:

Configuration: locale name

Sets the locale name. To specify empty locale, use ‘""’ as name (recall that empty locale name means use the value of the environment variable LC_ALL as locale name).

Configuration: locale-dir name

Sets the name of the locale directory.

Configuration: text-domain name

Sets the textual domain name.

The following configuration fragment illustrates their use:

rule l10n
  locale pl_PL
  text-domain rush-config
  fall-through

Different users may have different localization preferences. See per-user l10n, for a description of how to implement this.