Proposed general model for Serbo-Croatian continuum
cowan at mercury.ccil.org
Fri Nov 22 04:13:12 CET 2013
Doug Ewell scripsit:
> If you have 'sr' alone, you don't need the additional prefixes with
> script subtags. Prefix fields for variants aren't necessarily the
> complete language tag that precedes the variant.
Granted. But in this case, where script subtags are much more common
than usual, it would send a helpful signal, I think.
> And you wouldn't want to have only 'sr-Latn' and 'sr-Cyrl', because
> these subtags (which denote varieties in pronunciation) very clearly
> could be used for spoken content, or content where the script is
For sure. That's why I didn't even mention that option.
My confusion is rapidly waxing John Cowan
For XML Schema's too taxing: cowan at ccil.org
I'd use DTDs http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
If they had local trees --
I think I best switch to RELAX NG.
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