[Bug 2268] New locales for South African languages (*_ZA)
Tue Jan 18 12:59:36 PST 2005
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------- Additional Comments From firstname.lastname@example.org 2005-01-18 12:59 -------
Overall, they look okay to me; I presume Sesotho means South Sotho, Tsongs means
Tsonga, Siswati and Swati are the same?
I'm a bit concerned about the lack of 2-letter code for Northern Sotho and the
use of 3-letter language code but I wasn't able to find that it will cause any
problem at X11 or existing X11 applications.
Another concern is that in some cases, the default codeset is ISO8859-15 (nso
and tn) or UTF-8 (ve) and yet majority of them is ISO8859-1. Were these intended
and the common practice used in South Africa or should the files have all
codeset entries for all languages?
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