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* purpose This tool is to generate globalization information from Unicode CLDR, with some changes to fill the gap between .NET(Windows)-ism and the global standard. * input resources There is only an external resource: unicode CLDR. It can be downloaded from http://www.unicode.org/Public/cldr/ CLDR specificatin can be found at http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr35/ All content has to me extracted into CLDR folder. The latest version used is 21. There is an extra mono resource included in this directory called lcids.xml for LCIDs. It's extracted from National Language Support (NLS) API Reference. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/goglobal/bb896001.aspx * generated file culture-info-table.h contains the following sections: - datetime_format_entries See DateTimeFormatEntry.AppendTableRow() in DateTimeFormatEntry.cs. - number_format_entries See NumberFormatEntry.AppendTableRow() in NumberFormatEntry.cs. - culture_entries See CultureInfoEntry.AppendTableRow() in CultureInfoEntry.cs. - culture_name_entries See Driver.Run() in Driver.cs. - region_entries See RegionInfoEntry.AppendTableRow() in RegionInfoEntry.cs. - region_name_entries See Driver.Run() in Driver.cs. - locale_strings See Driver.Run() in Driver.cs. In each entry, strings are extracted to locale_strings table, and in each structure they are represented as an index to the string. * updating the data Update Makefile.am to get the latest CLDR data. However, CLDR is not complete and it's missing data for many rarely used cultures. In such cases we provide empty value but when someone has the knowleadge what the values should be it's recommended to use online CLDR tool to fill the data gap. To create the files used by the runtime after an update, run: make culture-table make install-culture-table At the start of Makefile.am there are additional instructions for specific builds.