Glossary sort should be case-insensitive

Juha Mustonen avatarJuha Mustonen created an issue

Following glossary -example sorts the ccc in the end of the list while the expected ordering is: AAA,BBB,ccc,DDD

.. glossary::
   :sorted:

   BBB
      Description of BBB

   ccc
      Description of ccc

   DDD
      Description of DDD

   AAA
      Description of AAA

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