Mismatch between ISO 639-2 and ISO 639-3
arthur.reutenauer at normalesup.org
Wed Feb 17 23:08:46 CET 2010
> For ISO 639-2, "sh" is in a different file (there doesn't seem to be a
> machine-readable form).
Actually, that same file gives a partial answer to your first question (I
don't know if you noticed that -- I realized it just after sending my first
e-mail), since it explicitely mentions that scc and scr have been deprecated in
favor of srp and hrv, respectively (on 2008-06-28). So it seems ISO 639-2
really intended on retiring those two codes.
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