Internationalization: Issues with upgrading to UTS 35 version 21
ecmascript at norbertlindenberg.com
Thu Aug 2 22:08:08 PDT 2012
"Not allowed" here means that implementations must ignore these keys and values if they occur in a Unicode locale extension sequence in a language tag.
On Jul 19, 2012, at 16:11 , Phillips, Addison wrote:
>>> It's a bit late to add any special handling for these new keys and values to
>> edition 1 of the Internationalization API Specification. I propose that for edition
>> 1 we declare them unsupported:
>>> 1) Add "kr" to the list of "not allowed" values in the NOTE in section 10.2.3.
>>> 2) For "native", "traditio", and "finance", add a sentence "The array that is the
>> value of the 'nu' property of any locale property of [[localeData]] must not
>> include the values 'native', 'traditio', or 'finance'." to the description of
>> [[localeData]] in section 11.2.3.
>>> We can then discuss better solutions for edition 2 of the spec.
>> Sounds like the right answer to me.
> Ur... except that we use the 'kr' feature, Rich... :-)
> I would prefer a standard that ignores unrecognized values rather than barfs on them ("now allowed"). I'll admit that I didn't go look at section 10.2.3 to see if that's what happens to disallowed values.
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