On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 2:02 AM, Erwin Waterlander wrote:
> Hi Chuck,
> Actually it only sets $(prefix) to c:/usr/local (GNU standard with a
> "c:" prefix). The default value of $(localedir) is $(datarootdir)/locale.
> I chose a prefix "c:/usr/locale" three years ago, because it is the GNU
> standard, and most dos2unix users are not MinGW users.
> The makefile "mingw.mak" has this name, because it is for 'compiling
> with mingw', it was not made specific for the MinGW distribution.
It should be `cd /mingw; pwd -W`/share/locale at least that is where
the locale files already exist.