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* system-time-locale doesn't work in emacs daemon
@ 2011-04-04  3:15 Neo Liu
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From: Neo Liu @ 2011-04-04  3:15 UTC (permalink / raw)
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Hi, everyone:

My shell locale is zh_CN.UTF-8, and I want to let org-mode insert timestamp
in English, so I inserted (setq system-time-locale "C") into my emacs
initialization file (.emacs). Then I found that this setting does work in
normal emacs, i.e. starting emacs without --daemon option. But if I start
emacs with --daemon, it doesn't work. It still insert timestamp in the
language according to the shell locale setting (zh_CN.UTF-8).

Is anyone knows how to solve this problem?


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