CLDR Version 22.1 Released

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Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2012 14:02:05 -0700

Oct. 26, 2012 --- Unicode CLDR 22.1 has been released, providing an
update to the key building blocks for software supporting the world's

Unicode CLDR 22.1 contains data for 215 languages and 227
territories---654 locales in all. Version 22.1 is an update release,
with several important fixes to CLDR 22.0, such as addition of the *new
Turkish currency symbol, and simpler patterns for fallback timezone
formatting ("Los Angeles Time" instead of "United States Time (Los
Angeles)"). *For details, see CLDR-22.1

CLDR is by far the largest and most extensive standard repository of
locale data, used by a wide spectrum of companies for their software
internationalization and localization. It is widely deployed via
International Components for Unicode (ICU)
<>, and also
accessed directly by companies such as Apple, Google, IBM, Twitter, and
many others. CLDR is part of the Unicode locale data project, together
with the Unicode Locale Data Markup Language (LDML
<>)---an XML format used for general
interchange of locale data, such as in Microsoft's .NET.*
*See the Charts <>pages for views of
the CLDR data, organized in various ways. For more information about the
Unicode CLDR project see <>.*/

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