Re: Question about norwegian language link
Grzegorz Adam Hankiewicz:
I don't know Norwegian at all, and found this confusing. To me, either the
bokmål part is wrong and shouldn't be there, or the pages should use the
nb langcode. Which is it?
Both. We do actually support both the old "no" code, which means "Norwegian,
any form", and the new "nb" code which specifically means "Norwegian, bokmål
form", using the "no" code for the official links.
The code "no" can be used for both of the two Norwegian forms (bokmål and
nynorsk), which is why ISO 639 recently disambiguated it into two codes,
"nb" for the bokmål form and "nn" for the nynorsk form.
Peter - http://www.softwolves.pp.se/
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