(Jeremy Brown as the original contributor of Congolese locales on Cc)
On Tuesday, 2020-06-02 14:55:06 +0200, Eike Rathke wrote:
LANGUAGE_USER_AKA 0x0677 axk-CF - no entry in language list
LANGUAGE_USER_AKA_CONGO 0x8277 axk-CG "Aka (Congo)"
But the 'axk' ISO 639 code actually is Yaka, not Aka,
LANGUAGE_USER_YAKA 0x0683 iyx-CG "Yaka"
I'll adjust that to "Yaka (Congo)" and also add axk-CF to the language
list with "Yaka (Central African Republic)".
... which somewhat complicates things, we probably want
LANGUAGE_USER_YAKA_CAR 0x0677 axk-CF "Yaka (Central African Republic)"
LANGUAGE_USER_YAKA_CONGO 0x0683 iyx-CG "Yaka (Congo)"
and remap existing document content from 0x8277/axk-CG to 0x0683/iyx-CG.
To make matters worse, a whole bunch of CG Congo locales was added with
Add/modify locales & language list entries for Congolese languages
which even (now IMHO wrongly) came with axk-CG locale data and (correct)
iyx-CG locale data. Apparently I tried to disentangle some of the mess
changes to Congolese locales
introducing LANGUAGE_USER_AKA_CONGO instead of plain LANGUAGE_USER_AKA
(which mainly would be Central African Republic) (Aka actually is
a synonym of Yaka in this context, not the other Aka language) but
still, now I wonder if there was a reasonable intention of having both
axk-CG and iyx-CG or if that was an oversight.
Any clue, someone? In particular Jeremy?
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