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Date: Sat, 10 Nov 2018 13:08:47 +0100
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El 05/11/2018 a las 23:58, Reinhard Kotucha escribió:

 > A few remarks about babel/base/locale.zip:
 >
 > In babel-mn.ini you added a comment:
 >
 > |  ;; Numbers are correct?
 > |  months.narrow.1 = 1
 > |  months.narrow.2 = 2
 > |  months.narrow.3 = 3
 >
 > I don't speak Mongolian but it might be correct.

There are several languages with numeric codes (1-12), instead
of alphabetic. But according to the TR 35 “The narrow width is
typically used in calendar headers; it must be the shortest
possible width, no more than one character (or grapheme cluster,
or exemplar set element) in stand-alone values (not including
punctuation), and the shortest possible widths (in terms of
grapheme clusters) in format values.” And wide names exist.

 > |  hyphenrules = vietnam
 > |  lefthyphenmin = 2
 > |  righthyphenmin = 3
 >
 > but you need T5 encoding and there is no hyphenation at all in
 > Vietnamese because words are very short.

I'll fix it.  Thank you.

Javier

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