On 11/09/12 16:55, Amir E. Aharoni wrote:
2012/9/11 Platonides <platonides(a)gmail.com>om>:
What would be the right way to differenciate
between fallbacks like
Picard -> French (there's a similarity between the languages, the
message might even be the same) and French -> English (which is there
just for having a base language). Take the fallback lists like shown in
the message file, I guess? What's the prefered way to do that? Shouldn't
we add in that case another parameter to Language::getFallbacksFor() to
disable the addition of en as final fallback?
And what will you show instead of the final fallback?
The official name of the place (the endonym).
It has more opportunities (I have developed tools where I wished to be
able to set a different language as the base one), but that was the use
case I had in mind (hint: ISO 3166).