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[Bug localedata/14684] Support ISO-3166 completely.
- From: "csolisr at riseup dot net" <sourceware-bugzilla at sourceware dot org>
- To: libc-locales at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: Mon, 08 Oct 2012 17:04:14 +0000
- Subject: [Bug localedata/14684] Support ISO-3166 completely.
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--- Comment #1 from csolisr at riseup dot net 2012-10-08 17:04:14 UTC ---
> Bug #: 14684
> Summary: Support ISO-3166 completely.
> Product: glibc
> Version: unspecified
> Status: NEW
> Severity: normal
> Priority: P2
> Component: localedata
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> ReportedBy: firstname.lastname@example.org
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> Classification: Unclassified
> Libc only partially complies with ISO-3166 by supporting only assigned and
> reserved two letter codes.
> There is no support for user-assigned, unassigned and other codes.
> Libc should support all codes defined in ISO-3166, regardless of whether
> are assigned or not.
> The codes currently defined by ISO-3166 are:
> All assigned codes,
> All unassigned codes,
> All reserved codes
> All user assigned codes.
> Please find all defined codes by ISO 3166 at:
> Libc should also allow user to dynamically change language, monetary,
> etc. locale information for lets say "QQ" country code without have the
> need to
> add a new country to the system.
> This way, every distribution will have localedata for all countries, the
> that exist now and the ones that will exist in the future.
> For the countries that seize to exist, split or merge with other ones, we
> wouldn't have to create a new locale (or delete) for them in the Libc
> Libc would have the whole table of ISO-3166 codes already in it. By whole
> I mean assigned, unassigned and reserved codes.
> Libc will be less dependent on the political status of each code, don't
> have to
> add/remove code for every political change, and will increase
> compatibility of
> programs across political changes - the country codes will always be
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Now that we're in that: is it possible to completely support at least the
section 1 of ISO 639? That would cover many of the languages that are
missing from libc, unless said languages required more effort than just
adding their respective code.
- Carlos SolÃs
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