Before people get either excited or dismayed by these two drafts, one
should note that they are simply drafts: it is by no means assured that
they will ever be approved, or used if approved.
Keld Jørn Simonsen wrote:
> On date and time formatting:
> The forthcoming ISO TR 14652 can handle data formats in various ways,
> including non-gregorian calendar systems like Japanese, Chinese, Hebrew
> and Arabic calenders.
> Check it out at http://www.dkuug.dk/jtc1/sc22/wg20 and see under
> the current draft for 14652. There is an acompanying API draft
> Called ISO 15435 also at the same web site.
> Kind regards
> Keld Simonsen
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