From: Curtis Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Feb 26 2005 - 20:27:38 CST
on 2005-02-26 13:34 UList@dfa-mail.com wrote:
> I do see that language tags can work. In a monolingual document
> they're a fine solution.
Natural language is fundamentally stateful, hence language tags.
Monolingual documents often have *implied* language tags, by virtue of
being used in a monolingual environment. But language tags are most
useful in multilingual documents.
on 2005-02-26 15:04 UList@dfa-mail.com wrote:
> That can be fixed with one download.
You mean there is only one person using a Serbian keyboard? Perhaps this
isn't as much of a problem as others have implied.
> That can be fixed with a search-and-replace.
Hmmm, and there is only a small corpus of Serbian documents, all stored
in one place.
-- Curtis Clark http://www.csupomona.edu/~jcclark/ Web Coordinator, Cal Poly Pomona +1 909 979 6371 Professor, Biological Sciences +1 909 869 4062
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