Dataset for all ISO639 code sorted by country/territory?

Richard Wordingham richard.wordingham at
Mon Nov 21 16:58:02 CST 2016

On Mon, 21 Nov 2016 14:15:01 -0800
"Steven R. Loomis" <srl at> wrote:
> 2016-11-21 1:50 GMT+01:00 Richard Wordingham
> <richard.wordingham at>

>> The minimal data set can be difficult to collect, and may actually be
>> impossible.  There may be technical issues - can one actually specify
>> that today's date is "a.d. XI Kal. Dec. a.u.c. MMDCCLXIX" in
>> Classical Latin?

> Yes, you can use numbering system “roman” (uppercase)

It was the '11 days (inclusive) before the Calends of December' bit
that had me worried.

Is the following rule built into ICU?

"In March, July, October, May
 The Nones are on the 7th day."

> El 11/21/16 11:08 AM, "CLDR-Users en nombre de Philippe Verdy"
> <cldr-users-bounces at en nombre de verdy_p at>
> escribió:

>> This
>> remark will apply as well to Biblic Greek, Biblic/Masoretic Hebrew,
>> Biblic Geez (in Ethiopia), Biblic Georgian, or Coranic Arabic that
>> have significant and important differences with the vernacular modern
>> "standard" languages for Greek, Hebrew, Geez, Georgian, and Arabic:
>> these **living** religious variants should be IMHO encoded in CLDR.

> If someone provides data for them and maintains them, yes. 

The most important data will be the locale-based data for text
manipulation, rather than much of the other stuff.


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