Next JsWorld release scheduled for November 2010

JsWorld iconToday I looked up Unicode’s tentative schedule for their next CLDR 1.9 release. It is planned for the 10th of November, which means that I’ll be able to update the JsWorld locale definition files soon thereafter and release in turn a JsWorld update. The next JsWorld version will probably be 2.4.

For those if you who don’t know, JsWorld is a comprehensive JavaScript library for formatting and parsing of numbers, currency and date/time inside the browser, in a user specified locale. The locale data strictly follows Unicode’s sources and I strive to update it as soon as the consortium releases a new snapshot of their database. Currently Unicode keeps track of over 300+ world locales, 200+ languages and 100+ currencies.