dom/encoding/domainsfallbacks.properties
author Wes Kocher <wkocher@mozilla.com>
Fri, 13 Jan 2017 17:02:57 -0800
changeset 374453 9e96ce6d55f78b62f9ccb47c1afbf48b750d9ea5
parent 294517 5cb4f84b2b86c522efa80584d713ed8a8a88b6b0
child 412434 e155fa765af299f0e8cfb42e0a1709e5b04928b9
permissions -rw-r--r--
Backed out changeset 4dc794806128 (bug 1317374) for spidermonkey bustage a=backout MozReview-Commit-ID: EJDwWWtrHTb

# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.

# This file contains educated guesses about which top-level domains are
# likely to host legacy content that assumes a non-windows-1252 encoding.
# Punycode TLDs are included on the theory that legacy content might appear
# behind those relatively new TLDs if DNS just points to a legacy server.
#
# Encodings for which a confident-enough educated guess is missing are
# listed in nonparticipatingdomains.properties. Domains that are listed 
# neither there nor here get windows-1252 as the associated fallback.
#
# The list below includes Arabic-script TLDs not on IANA list but on the 
# ICANN list:
# http://www.icann.org/en/resources/idn/fast-track/string-evaluation-completion
# Otherwise, the list includes non-windows-1252-affilited country TLDs from
# https://data.iana.org/TLD/tlds-alpha-by-domain.txt
#
# The guesses are assigned as follows:
# * If the country has a dominant country-affiliated language and that language
#   is part of the languages to fallbacks mapping, use the encoding for that
#   language from that mapping.
# * Use windows-1256 for countries that have a dominant Arabic-script
#   language or whose all languages are Arabic-script languages.
# * Use windows-1251 likewise but for Cyrillic script.

ae=windows-1256
xn--mgbaam7a8h=windows-1256

af=windows-1256

bg=windows-1251

bh=windows-1256

by=windows-1251

cn=gbk
xn--fiqs8s=gbk
# Assume that Traditional Chinese TLD is meant to work if URL input happens to 
# be in the traditional mode. Expect content to be simplified anyway.
xn--fiqz9s=gbk

cz=windows-1250

dz=windows-1256
xn--lgbbat1ad8j=windows-1256

ee=windows-1257

eg=windows-1256
xn--wgbh1c=windows-1256

gr=ISO-8859-7

hk=Big5
xn--j6w193g=Big5

hr=windows-1250

hu=ISO-8859-2

iq=windows-1256

ir=windows-1256
xn--mgba3a4f16a=windows-1256

jo=windows-1256
xn--mgbayh7gpa=windows-1256

jp=Shift_JIS

kg=windows-1251

kp=EUC-KR

kr=EUC-KR
xn--3e0b707e=EUC-KR

kw=windows-1256

kz=windows-1251
xn--80ao21a=windows-1251

lb=windows-1256

lt=windows-1257

lv=windows-1257

ma=windows-1256
xn--mgbc0a9azcg=windows-1256

mk=windows-1251

mn=windows-1251
xn--l1acc=windows-1251

mo=Big5

# my
xn--mgbx4cd0ab=windows-1256

om=windows-1256
xn--mgb9awbf=windows-1256

#pk
xn--mgbai9azgqp6j=windows-1256

pl=ISO-8859-2

ps=windows-1256
xn--ygbi2ammx=windows-1256

qa=windows-1256
xn--wgbl6a=windows-1256

rs=windows-1251
xn--90a3ac=windows-1251

ru=windows-1251
xn--p1ai=windows-1251

sa=windows-1256
xn--mgberp4a5d4ar=windows-1256

sd=windows-1256
xn--mgbpl2fh=windows-1256

sg=gbk
xn--yfro4i67o=gbk

si=ISO-8859-2

sk=windows-1250

su=windows-1251

sy=windows-1256
xn--mgbtf8fl=windows-1256

th=windows-874
xn--o3cw4h=windows-874

tj=windows-1251

tn=windows-1256
xn--pgbs0dh=windows-1256

tr=windows-1254

tw=Big5
# Assume that the Simplified Chinese TLD is meant to work when URL input
# happens in the simplified mode. Assume content is tradition anyway.
xn--kprw13d=Big5
xn--kpry57d=Big5

ua=windows-1251
xn--j1amh=windows-1251

uz=windows-1251

vn=windows-1258

ye=windows-1256
xn--mgb2ddes=windows-1256