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OpenSUSE Tumbleweed debug/oss: Version 63.1-1.2 removed
OpenSUSE Tumbleweed debug/oss: Updated from 63.1-1.1 to 63.1-1.2
- Update to new upstream release 63.1
- CLDR 34
- Segmentation rules and emoji sort order adjusted for
- Somali and Javanese data now up to moderate level
- Tongan, Konkani, Maori, Dzongkha, Tatar, Kurdish (ku),
- Many data additions and corrections in many other
- The following languages have been added to ICU: Sindhi,
- New currency: Venezuela's Bolívar Soberano (VES)
- New Japanese calendar era from 2019: CLDR and ICU include data for testing that can be enabled.
(ICU #12973, CLDR #10750)
- To enable CLDR new Japanese era placeholder name, set environment variable (and Java system property for ICU4J) ICU_ENABLE_TENTATIVE_ERA=true.
- New API for number and currency range formatting
(class NumberRangeFormatter, #11276)
- Support for additional Unicode properties: Indic_Positional_Category & Indic_Syllabic_Category (#8966) and Vertical_Orientation (#12850)
- New API for code point maps and tries, mapping Unicode code points (U+0000..U+10FFFF) to integer values. (#13530)
- Java classes CodePointMap, CodePointTrie, MutableCodePointTrie
- C types UCPMap, UCPTrie, UMutableCPTrie
- New API for getting a UnicodeSet per binary property and a code point map per enumerated/int-value property. (#20086)
- Full conformance with UAX #14 Line Breaking
(required BreakIterator feature work). (#7270)
- C++ Locale class
- Additional functions forLanguageTag()/toLanguageTag(),
- Move semantics. (#13645)
- Various Out-Of-Memory (OOM) issues have been fixed.
- CLDR 34
- Refresh icu-versioning.diff
OpenSUSE Tumbleweed debug/oss: Version 63.1-1.1 introduced
- Update to new upstream release 59.1
- Emoji 5.0 data
- CLDR 31.0.1
- * GMT and UTC are no longer unified, and CLDR provides distinct UTC display names, avoiding confusion with standard (winter) time in Britain.
- New case mapping API (C++ & Java classes CaseMap) supports styled text
- ICU4C now uses and requires C++11 language features and libraries.
- ICU4C has also moved to char16_t as the type for UTF-16. This is a breaking change. Please see the detail section below.