CLDR Ticket #10077(accepted charts)
Hangul script listed under 'und' in charts?
|Reported by:||addison@…||Owned by:||mark|
A colleague today pointed out that the languages and scripts chart (http://www.unicode.org/cldr/charts/dev/supplemental/languages_and_scripts.html) lists the Hangul script under the language tag 'und'. The Korean language (ko) has script Kore, which is unsurprising, although that script is a synthetic script comprised of Hangul + Han ideographs. It looks like a mistake not to have Hang under ko.
In glancing at the 'und' list I notice that some of the other scripts listed there might reasonably have language tags. For example, Osage might have the tag 'osa' applied to it.
- Xref set to 1967
- Owner changed from anybody to mark
- Priority changed from assess to medium
- Status changed from new to accepted
- Milestone changed from UNSCH to 31.0.1