gerardm at wiktionaryz.org
Sat Nov 11 10:50:40 CET 2006
John Cowan wrote:
> Gerard Meijssen scripsit:
>> Actually, zh is only to be used within the confines of ISO-639-1 and
>> ISO-639-2. The new standard has zh and consequently zho marked as a
>> macro language. Making assumptions on the basis of the zh code is only
>> useful for the hopefully short period until the use of zh is only to be
>> used for historical reasons.
> That turns out not to be the case. According to the current plan
> for the successor to RFC 4646 (the current version), the individual
> languages encompassed by zh will be specified in the form zh-cmn,
> zh-yue, zh-nan, etc. etc.
I hope this is a plan that can be changed. Zh is no longer considered a
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