Module:Language/data/ISO 639-3/make

Documentation for this module may be created at Module:Language/data/ISO 639-3/make/doc

require('Module:No globals');
local p = {};

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{{#invoke:Language/name/data/ISO 639-3 data extraction tool|ISO_639_3_extract|file-date=20170217}}

reads a local copy of where (YYYYMMDD is the release date).  Download that file
in zip form from (use the UTF-8 zip)

useful lines in the file have the form:
	<id>\t<name>\t<inverted name>\n
	<id> is the three-character ISO 639-3 language code
	<name> is the language 'name'
	<inverted name> is the language in  'last-name, first-name(s)' form; this part ignored
	like this:
		aaq	Eastern Abnaki	Abnaki, Eastern

when a language code has more than one name, the code is repeated for each additional name:
	rar	Cook Islands Maori	Maori, Cook Islands
	rar	Rarotongan	Rarotongan


function p.ISO_639_3_extract (frame)
	local page = mw.title.getCurrentTitle();									-- get a page object for this page
	local content = page:getContent();											-- get unparsed content
	local lang_table = {};														-- languages go here

	local code;
	local names;

	local file_date = 'File-Date: ' .. frame.args["file-date"];									-- set the file date line from |file-date=

	for code, name in mw.ustring.gmatch (content, '%f[%a](%a%a%a)\t([^\t]+)\t[^\n]+\n') do		-- get code and 'forward' name
		if code then
			if string.find (lang_table[#lang_table] or '', '^%[\"' .. code) then				-- if this is an additional name for code ('or' empty string for first time when lang_table[#lang_table] is nil)
				lang_table[#lang_table] = mw.ustring.gsub (lang_table[#lang_table], '}$', '');	-- remove trailing brace from previous name
				lang_table[#lang_table] = lang_table[#lang_table] .. ', \"' .. name .. '\"}';	-- add this name with new brace 
				table.insert (lang_table, "[\"" .. code .. "\"] = {\"" .. name .. "\"}");		-- make new table entry
		elseif not code then
			table.insert (lang_table, "[\"error\"] = {" .. record .. "}");						-- code should never be nil, but inserting an error entry in the final output can be helpful
																				-- make pretty output
	return "<br /><pre>-- " .. file_date .. "<br />return {<br />&#9;" .. table.concat (lang_table, ',<br />&#9;') .. "<br />&#9;}<br />" .. "</pre>";

return p;