Re: Debian in Yugoslavia
Branden Robinson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Serbo-Croat is a spoken language which is the same in both Serbia and
> Croatia, modulo any regional, dialectal differences, but there are two
> written forms of this spoken language, called Serbian and Croatian. Serbian
> uses the Latin alphabet and Croatian uses the Cyrillic alphabet.
Until 1985, everyone agreed that this was a true statement. Sometime
between then and now, all the interested parties have decided that
they are separate languages. This tends to back up the assertion that
a language is a dialect with an army.