From: Mark Davis (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Mar 14 2005 - 11:19:29 CST
If you look at the content, you'll see that "sh" is just an alias for
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From: "Philippe Verdy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, March 14, 2005 08:50
Subject: Serbian-Latin "sh" alias and ISO-639-1 within CLDR
> I have just seen in the CLDR repository a reference to the 2-letter code
> "sh" used as an alias for the Serbian language with the Latin variant.
> According to ISO-639-1, "sh" does not seem assigned, but it may be still
> interesting code for software localization purpose, because using "hr"
> (Croatian) for handling the Serbian vocabulary which shares the same Latin
> script does not seem appropriate, and using "sr" is already needed for
> localizing software to traditional Serbian Cyrillic.
> (I am also wondering if Serbian Cyrillic and Serbian Latin are still the
> same language, given the huge differences of orthographies, which may
> its pronunciation, and due to the proximity with Bosnian and Croatian that
> also use the Latin script)
> So, what is the status of this "sh" language code? Is that just used in
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