Inconsistent RBNF Data?
kent.karlsson14 at telia.com
Wed Nov 9 15:23:29 CST 2016
Right, I misread.
I note that both Spanish and Portuguese has "ciento" as corrections to the
"-feminine" cases. Seems to be mostly correct (even if slightly
counterintuitive for those of us that have not grown up with Spanish)...
Though it is not entirely universal:
to.html (though in this regards only refers to Spanish as spoken in
shtml (Dominicana again, written, not just a reference)
* http://documents.mx/documents/lizania-55a93191902ba.html (anthology,
(Note also that "sienta"/"siento" is sometimes misspelled as
"cienta"/"ciento", in case you do a search.)
RBNF for es-DO maybe should keep the "cienta" for feminine...
Den 2016-11-08 22:18, skrev "Steven R. Loomis" <srl at icu-project.org>:
> It¹s not a reversed patch, it just claims that it should be ciento for 101
> and NOT cienta.
> El 11/8/16 12:56 PM, "CLDR-Users en nombre de Kent Karlsson"
> <cldr-users-bounces at unicode.org en nombre de kent.karlsson14 at telia.com>
>> Re: Inconsistent RBNF Data?
>> My question is if the corresponding patch should be applied for Portuguese,
>> which currently use "cento" also for the feminine case.
>> BUT NOTE THAT: The current version for Spanish has that patch reversed,
>> according to CLDR Ticket #6461 <http://unicode.org/cldr/trac/ticket/6461>.
>> /Kent K
>> Den 2016-11-08 20:27, skrev "Steven R. Loomis" <srl at icu-project.org>:
>>> It can be helpful give some ICU source code, and which version is being
>>> But probably relevant is http://unicode.org/cldr/trac/changeset/9025
>>> perhaps you are comparing an ICU older than this commit?
>>> El 11/8/16 10:43 AM, "CLDR-Users en nombre de Cameron Dutro"
>>> <cldr-users-bounces at unicode.org en nombre de cameron at lumoslabs.com>
>>>> Hey everyone,
>>>> I'm running into a strange inconsistency between ICU's output and the data
>>>> available in CLDR when formatting numbers using RBNF rules.
>>>> One specific example is the spellout-cardinal-feminine rule set in Spanish.
>>>> In CLDR v30
>>>> l#L128> and v29
>>>> 28> , the rule for 101 is "ciento" which is incorrect for the feminine
>>>> case. ICU however formats feminine spellouts correctly by using "cienta."
>>>> Where in the world is ICU getting its data? Why does it appear as if ICU
>>>> isn't actually using the currently available CLDR data?
>>>> Thanks for your help,
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