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Changeset 11176


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Timestamp:
02/10/15 22:44:44 (4 years ago)
Author:
shervin
Message:

cldrbug 7637: Retracting the plural rules which failed the tests.

Location:
trunk/common/supplemental
Files:
2 edited

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  • trunk/common/supplemental/pluralRanges.xml

    r11175 r11176  
    212212                        <pluralRange start="other" end="other" result="other"/> 
    213213                </pluralRanges> 
    214 <!-- zero, one, two, many --> 
    215                 <pluralRanges locales="wbp"> 
    216                         <pluralRange start="zero" end="zero" result="zero"/> 
    217                         <pluralRange start="zero" end="one"  result="one"/> 
    218                         <pluralRange start="zero" end="two"  result="two"/> 
    219                         <pluralRange start="zero" end="many" result="many"/> 
    220                         <pluralRange start="one"  end="two"  result="two"/> 
    221                         <pluralRange start="one"  end="many" result="many"/> 
    222                         <pluralRange start="two"  end="many" result="many"/> 
    223                         <pluralRange start="many" end="many" result="many"/> 
    224                 </pluralRanges> 
    225214        </plurals> 
    226215</supplementalData> 
  • trunk/common/supplemental/plurals.xml

    r11175 r11176  
    229229        </pluralRules> 
    230230 
    231         <!-- 7: zero,one,two,many --> 
    232  
    233         <pluralRules locales="wbp"> 
    234             <pluralRule count="zero">n = 0 @integer 0 @decimal 0.0, 0.00, 0.000</pluralRule> 
    235             <pluralRule count="one">n = 1 or w != 0 @integer 1 @decimal 0.1~1.0, 1.00, 1.000, 2.1, 3.1, 100.1, 1000.1, 10000.1, ...</pluralRule> 
    236             <pluralRule count="two">n = 2 @integer 2 @decimal 2.0, 2.00, 2.000</pluralRule> 
    237             <pluralRule count="many">n != 0..2 and w = 0 @integer 3, 4, 5, 100, 1000, … @decimal 3.0, 3.00, 3.000, 4.0, 5.0, 100.0, 1000.0, ...</pluralRule> 
    238         </pluralRules> 
    239  
    240231    </plurals> 
    241232</supplementalData> 
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