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2011.03.04 18:01, James Wilde rašė:
So are we going to see more of zh-hans and zh-hant in the world (not
just at LibO and TDF) as new abbreviations for simplified and
traditional Chinese? 

I hope so. I think Apple and MS have already adopted these tags at least
in some of their products.

 And BTW, having now seen the explanation, it would appear that the han part of hans and hant is 
indeed a reference to the han Chinese.

Below is the official explanation (from the Examples section of RFC 4646)

   Language subtag plus Script subtag:

      zh-Hant (Chinese written using the Traditional Chinese script)

      zh-Hans (Chinese written using the Simplified Chinese script)

      sr-Cyrl (Serbian written using the Cyrillic script)

      sr-Latn (Serbian written using the Latin script)


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