Re: [Ltru] [apps-discuss] Fwd: Defining a CBOR tag for RFC 5646Language Tags

"Peter Occil" <poccil14@gmail.com> Wed, 14 May 2014 10:09 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Ltru] [apps-discuss] Fwd: Defining a CBOR tag for RFC 5646Language Tags
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I have one last issue.  I want to clarify that the language tag and the 
tagged string can optionally be annotated with CBOR tags.  For example:

38([tagX("en"), tagY("Hello world")])

I think this will address some of the "scalability" issue that Martin Duerst 
raised.

--Peter