Antoine Leca <Antoine.Leca@renault.fr> wrote:
>> This means that some major, significant languages like Turkish and
>> Yoruba will never get two-letter codes, which seems odd somehow.
> Turkish is tr, and Yoruba is yo, since the beginning. What is the
They are not listed in the HTML page on Michael Everson's site, which
claims to be "complete and up-to-date as of 2000-02-19." But they are
listed in a text file, "Technical contents of ISO 639:1988," originally
typed by Keld Simonsen, wich I had ignored in favor of the version on
Thank you for the correction.
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