[Development] QLocale numberingSystem issues

Konstantin Ritt ritt.ks at gmail.com
Mon Dec 10 12:19:38 CET 2012

QLocale data in Qt 5.0-rc1 is already up-to-date (generated from CLDR 22.1).


2012/12/10 El Mehdi Fekari <mfekari at rim.com>:
> Hi,
> We've got many issues concerning  the current Qlocale data based on CLDR v2.0. We currently have a critical bug concerning the default numbering system Qlocale provides for some countries/region in the BlackBerry10 product:
>   *   Qlocale (with CLRD2.0 Data) specifies native digits for most of the Indic locales (Punjabi, Hindi, Tamil, …), which supposed to be in Latin digits ( fixed in CLRD 22.1).
>   *   Qlocale provides Arabic digits for Slovak region. ( fixed in CLRD 22.1)
> The most recent version of CLDR (22.1) is more consistent with the current ICU and specifies correct default numbering system values.
> So I think the scripts qlocalexml2cpp.py and cldr2qlocalexml.py need to be updated to support recent CLDR 22.1 and generate more recent data for Qlocale.
> Cheers,
> Mehdi
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