Re: Commit: norwegian nynorsk fixes

From: Kenneth Rohde Christiansen (
Date: Mon Jan 26 2004 - 16:05:49 EST

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    Some might have used no_NO for nynorsk as well, since at that time there
    were only one locale for Norwegian. The name was changed when nn
    (nynorsk) was added. 'no' is since then a deprecated isocode for Bokmål


    > > And I'm not sure how no_NO and nn_NO differ from each
    > Well no_NO is a *deprecated version* of nb_NO (not nn_NO)
    > People speaking Norwegian Nynorsk didn't like the locale for Norwegian
    > Bokmål being called no (short for norsk/Norwegian) since it wasnt the
    > only Norwegian language.
    > Btw, Norway has 3 languages, N. Nynorsk, N. Bokmål and Sami
    > Cheers, Kenneth

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