In the locale, there might be even differences in thousands seperator!
There are very few differences between _CW and _BQ but a lot between _AW
E ekspreshon di emoshon, alegria tiki biaha por keda kaptá di un forma
spontáneo asin’aki. Tyeisha Bernabela a keda koroná djasabra anochi komo
Reina di Tumba Hubenil.
Hopi a subi lama diadomingo pa e Fuikdag na Aruba 13 Januari y a bay te
oranan di anochi den area di Zeewijk pabou di e tankinan di e refeneria
Valero. Por a tuma nota di waverunner, yate, botonan chikito y mas.
Esaki a cuminsa bira un tradicion tambe na Aruba unda amistadnan ta topa
diadomingo - sjadumingu (sunday)
cuminsa - kuminsa (to start)
tradicion - tradishon (tradition)
emocion - emoshon (emotion)
So, even the weekdays are different, so that asks for a sepearte locale
in my opinion.
On 01/14/2013 10:11 AM, Michael Bauer wrote:
Apart from the names of the week, are the differences so great that
they shouldn't be handled in the same translation? I mean for example,
would the translation of "Enter the name for the new library." be
different for the three?
I'm not sure on the technicalities but, in my language, if people in
Canada wanted to use it, they could select Gaelic (Scotland) for the
interface language but Canada for the currency etc.
But the weekdays might be tricky that way. Thoughts, anyone?
14/01/2013 14:03, sgrìobh Ace Suares (Suares & Co):
Just to make one thing clear: pap_CW and pap_AW (and pap_BQ) are
different 'languages' just like nl_NL and nl_BE are. The locales are
different, for instance what 'ku' is in pap_CW is 'cu' in pap_AW. The
days of the week differ.
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