CLDR Version 34 Language/Locale Data Released

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Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2018 13:06:34 -0700

EmojiVersion 34 is the latest version of CLDR, the core open-source
language data that major software systems use to adapt software to the
conventions of over 80 different languages. CLDR data is used by many
products for Unicode and language support, including Android, Cloudant,
Chrome OS, Db2, iOS, macOS, Windows, and many others

CLDR 34 included a full Survey Tool data collection phase increasing to
85 languages at the “modern” (full) level
4 at the lower “moderate” level (suitable for document content), 18 at
the basic level, and about 100 others that don’t meet the level

Among the other changes: new units were added (e.g., atmosphere,
petabyte); many new emoji keywords
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names were corrected/refined, with updated emoji sort order; and
preparations for the New Japanese Era
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software for Japan) were made. The specification was also updated with
many changes for Unicode Locale Identifier
and BCP 47 Conformance
sections, plus defining the syntax of unit identifiers
For other changes, details, and links to documentation, see the CLDR 34
Release Notes <>.



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