Where are the tools to generate posix and json from cldr?

Karl Williamson public at khwilliamson.com
Thu Aug 11 14:19:11 CDT 2016

On 08/11/2016 12:59 PM, Mark Davis ☕️ wrote:
> ​That is a bit obscure! We stopped generating the source for POSIX
> because essentially every user customized it in some way, so was better
> to do with a tool. We need to add a pointer to where to get the tools
> and how to use them.
> http://cldr.unicode.org/index/downloads#Repository_Organization shows
> where they are.
> Above that are the details for SVN access.​
> But we really need a page that describes the specific tools and how to
> use them. Filed as http://unicode.org/cldr/trac/ticket/9695
> Mark

I had looked at that, and downloaded the latest data, and still could 
not find the tools in it.  One would think that the tools directory 
contains it, and I did not look in every sub-directory in it, but none 
looked likely.  I then tried transforms, but came up empty there too.

> //////
> On Thu, Aug 11, 2016 at 8:29 PM, Karl Williamson
> <public at khwilliamson.com <mailto:public at khwilliamson.com>> wrote:
>     I can't find these that are mentioned in http://cldr.unicode.org/
>     "For those interested in the source CLDR data, it is available for
>     each release in the XML format specified by LDML. There are also
>     tools that will convert to JSON and POSIX format. For more
>     information, see CLDR Releases/Downloads."
>     If you follow that link, the page contains this text:
>     "POSIX Data
>     "Note: Beginning with CLDR v21, the CLDR project will no longer
>     publish POSIX-format locale sources as part of its distribution.
>     The POSIX locale generation tools will continue to be made available
>     as a part of the release.  Developers who require POSIX compliant
>     locales can generate them using these tools."
>     But I can't find those tools.

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