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2010.11.11 17:47, Aron Xu rašė:
On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 23:40, Rimas Kudelis<>  wrote:
Interestingly enough, relevant locales I see in Pootle are: zh_CN, zh_HK,

Which I guess means that these are the codes that will be used at least for
3.3. ;)

Well, zh_CN and zh_SG shoul fall in Hans's category, but I've never
seen any people translating software to zh_SG, they just use zh_CN

Which is exactly why zh_Hans is more correct. ;)

zh_HK and zh_TW fall in Hant's category, which should have a solution.
If we define it like zh_HK@hant, the modifier @hant can be omitted,
because there is nothing else could make people puzzled if the
modifier does not present. (In fact @hant could be used to help put
correct files into correct language pack, :D )

I didn't say there *has* to be only one Chinese Traditional language pack. ;) It would make sense to have a "general" Hant language pack if we only had one localization, but if we have two, we can have two language packs too.

I suggest we stop this discussion here, or go off-list in order not to bother people too much... ;)


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