CLDR (was: Private Use areas)
Manuel Strehl via Unicode
unicode at unicode.org
Fri Aug 31 03:27:12 CDT 2018
The XML files in these folders:
But I agree. I spent an extreme amount of time to get somewhat used to
cldr.unicode.org and and the data repo, and still I have no clue,
where to find a concrete piece of information without digging into the
Am Fr., 31. Aug. 2018 um 07:22 Uhr schrieb Janusz S. Bień via Unicode
<unicode at unicode.org>:
> On Thu, Aug 30 2018 at 2:27 +0200, unicode at unicode.org writes:
> > Given NamesList.txt / Code Charts comments are kept minimal by design,
> > one couldn’t simply pop them into XML or whatever, as the result would be
> > disappointing and call for completion in the aftermath. Yet another task
> > competing with CLDR survey.
> Please elaborate. It's not clear for me what do you mean.
> > Reviewing CLDR data is IMO top priority.
> > There are many flaws to be fixed in many languages including in English.
> > A lot of useful digest charts are extracted from XML there,
> Which XML? where?
> > and we really
> > need to go through the data and correct the many many errors, please.
> Some time ago I tried to have a close look at the Polish locale and
> found the CLDR site prohibitively confusing.
> Best regards
> Janusz S. Bien
> emeryt (emeritus)
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