Tried in WM5 English and:
name() returns "C";
language() returns 1 (also C).
And the OS language wasn't changed, I used 2 different systems:
1) Windows Mobile 5 English on Microsoft Device Emulator;
2) Windows Mobile 5 Russian on HP iPaq hx2190b.
On Thu, 26 Jun 2008 21:48:06 +0400, Dimitri <dimitri@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Qt/Windows Mobile can't detect system locale and QLocale::system()
always returns "C" locale, regardless of OS language (I know language
isn't the same as locale, but it seems to be a bug anyway).
Is there any difference between:
If you change the OS language, I would expect only language() to change
- but please note I've never tried Qt on Windows CE myself...
Constantin "Dinosaur" Makshin
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