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README

On how to fill out the CultureInfo XML files

For all the files:

    * We need translation for the name of each culture. Given a
      CultureInfo code, we'd like to know its DisplayName, EnglishName
      and NativeName.

      DisplayName - This is the full name of this language used in
      this culture. The format for this string should be:

           [Full language name] ([Country name] / [Region name])

      EnglishName - This string is the same as DisplayName, but it
      must be in English.

      NativeName - This string is the same as DisplayName, but it is
      in the language of this specific culture. For example, for 'de',
      the NativeName should be 'Deutsch'.

    * We need to fill in possible Calendars that can be used in this
      Culture. If alternative calendars are used in this culture, an
      element should be added to the sequence in
      OptionalCalendars. The string inside each additional element
      should be the full name of a class in the System.Globalization
      namespace, and this class must be a decendant of the
      System.Globalization.Calendar class.

For specific cultures:

    These are the files that are in the form ??-??.xml (excluding
    zh-CHS.xml and zh-CHT.xml). These files describe a culture /
    language that is specific to a single location. For example, while
    'fr' is the code for 'French' in general; 'fr-FR' is the code for
    French used in France specifically.

    For these cultures, we need the following items:

        - NumberFormatInfo

        - DateTimeFormatInfo

The format of DateTimeFormatInfo:

    The DateTimeFormatInfo section consists of 21 parts:

    Patterns:

     1. FullDateTimePattern
     2. LongDatePattern
     3. LongTimePattern
     4. MonthDayPattern
     5. RFC1123Pattern
     6. ShortTimePattern
     7. ShortDatePattern
     8. SortableDateTimePattern
     9. UniversalSortableDateTimePattern
    10. YearMonthPattern

    Names:

    11. AbbreviatedDayNames - The abbreviated names of the days of the
                              week.
        
    12. AbbreviatedMonthNames - The abbreviated names of the months of
                                the year
    
    13. DayNames - The names of the days of the week.

    
    14. MonthNames - The names of the months in the year.

    Misc:

    15. AMDesignator - The string for representing hours before noon.
    
    16. Calendar - The name of the default Calendar of this
                   culture. The string must be the full name of a
                   class in the System.Globalization namespace, and
                   this class must be a decendant of the
                   System.Globalization.Calendar class.

    17. CalendarWeekRule - The rule that specifies the first week of
                           the year. This string must conform to the
                           names set out by the
                           System.CalendarWeekRule enumeration.

    18. DateSeparator - The string that is used to the seperate the
                        year, the month and the day.

    19. FirstDayOfWeek - The first day of the week. This string must
                         conform to the names set out by the
                         System.DayOfWeek enumeration.

    20. PMDesignator - The string for representing hours after noon

    21. TimeSeparator - The string that is used to seperate the hours,
                        the minutes and the seconds.
   

The format of NumberFormatInfo:

    The NumberFormatInfo section consists of 25 parts:

    Currency related:

     1. CurrencySymbol - The symbol used as the current symbol in this
                         culture.

     2. CurrencyPositivePattern
     3. CurrencyNegativePattern
     4. CurrencyGroupSizes
     5. CurrencyGroupSeparator
     6. CurrencyDecimalSeparator

     7. CurrencyDecimalDigits - The number of decimal places used in
                                this currency.
     
    Percentage related:
     
     8. PercentSymbol - The symbol used as the percentage symbol in
                        this culture.

     9. PercentPositivePattern
    10. PercentNegativePattern
    11. PercentGroupSizes

    12. PercentGroupSeparator - The string that seperates groups of
                                digits to the left of the decimal
                                point.The string
    
    
    13. PercentDecimalSeparator - The decimal indicator for percentages.
    
    14. PercentDecimalDigits - The number of decimal places to display
                               in percentages.

    Number related:

    15. NumberNegativePattern
    16. NumberGroupSizes

    17. NumberGroupSeparator - The string that separates groups of
                               digits to the left of the decimal
                               point.

    18. NumberDecimalSeparator - The decimal indicator for numbers.


    19. NumberDecimalDigits - The number of decimal places to display
                              in numbers.

    Misc.

    20. PositiveSign - The symbol used to indicate a number as
                       negative.

    21. NegativeSign - The symbol used to indicate a number as
                       positive.
        
    22. PositiveInfinitySymbol - The symbol used to represent positive
                                 infinity.
        
    23. NegativeInfinitySymbol - The symbol used to represent negative
                                 infinity.

    24. Permillesymbol - The string to represent the 'per mille' symbol.


    25. NaNSymbol - The string to represent the IEEE not-a-number value.
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