DRAFT CLDR 35 Release Note

No. Date Rel. Note Data Charts Spec Delta SVN Tag DTD Diffs DTD Δs
35 2019-MM-DD v35 CLDR35 Charts35 LDML35 Δ35 release-35 ΔDTD35  35

This version is under development. See the latest release.

Overview

Unicode CLDR 35 provides an update to the key building blocks for software supporting the world's languages. CLDR data is used by all major software systems for their software internationalization and localization, adapting software to the conventions of different languages for such common software tasks.

CLDR 35 included a full Survey Tool data collection phase, adding approximately 6M of data overall, resulting in the following language support:


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Other notable changes include:

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For details, see Detailed Specification Changes, Detailed Structure Changes, Detailed Data Changes, Growth.

Detailed Specification Changes

For detailed specification changes, see LDML35 Modifications.

    Detailed Structure Changes

    Detailed Data Changes

    Growth

    Migration

      Known Issues

      Acknowledgments

      Many people have made significant contributions to CLDR and LDML; see the Acknowledgments page for a full listing.

      Key to Header Links

      Rel. Note a general description of the contents of the release, and any relevant notes about the release
      Data a set of zip files containing the contents of the release (the files are complete in themselves, and do not require files from earlier releases -- for the structure of the zip file, see Repository Organization)
      Charts a set of charts showing some of the data in the release.
      Spec the version of UTS #35: LDML that corresponds to the release
      Delta a list of all the bug fixes and features in the release, which be used to get the precise corresponding file changes using BugDiffs
      SVN Tag the files in the release, accessible via via Repository AccessFor more details see CLDR Releases (Downloads)
      DTD Diffs a diff of the DTD source files
      DTD Δs a link pointing to a charts of changes in the DTDs over time.


      The Unicode Terms of Use apply to CLDR data; in particular, see Exhibit 1.
      For web pages with different views of CLDR data, see http://cldr.unicode.org/index/charts.
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