I tried with the examples you gave and by adding the """ after
SUPPORTED-LOCALES and inserting it in the last line provokes a file too
I tried the other option and it effectively displays the entries in
bash, but there are even the double identifications (I added a | cut -d/
-f1,2 after done):
In this way (just tried) when choosing the locales it saves, example as
"it_IT.UTF-8.UTF-8" which obviously is not recognized.
Obvious question, how do I manage now to remove the double "/<code>"
from the first $x?
(The first part should look exactly as the second, so it should looks
like it_IT.UTF-8 it_IT.UTF-8)