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We may have to host (or create) our own version and maintain it
My bigger worry is about the long-term viability of TiO
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Jack Douglas replying to Adám *— 10 days ago* *in [Answer language labels](/codegolf?q=1032#c57346)*
>Does [this gist](https://gist.github.com/jackdouglas/47a9c43b8c6641b92867d87d0de7d13f) look like the correct language list to you? I mean not obviously wrong.
I'm just a bit leery of trusting user input that much — and we have useful meta-data attached to each language (like which TiO languages it matches and which highlighting to use) so exact matches are necessary
The other issue with adding language tags explicitly is that I can see you're adding them as they're used. TIO has >600 langs, and even more than just those have been used on SE. And people constantly make more...
Isn't adding explicit language tags in the answer previews unnecessary? By nature of the standard entry style, the title is already formatted as *[lang], n bytes* so if a tag is desired, why not parse it out?
The modern approach is to use @font-face unicode-range
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David replying to Jack Douglas *— 31 minutes ago* *in [PHP Chat](/php?room=879#c49707)*
>Hmm, I see. Yeah, you're right. The "complete" there is only Latin 1-3, Greek, and Cyrillic. Not Arabic, Devanagri, etc. They would need to be individually added, I take it.
@Adám I noticed you commented on an issue on the IBM Plex Sans GitHub issue tracker, so I thought you might be able to answer a question about it. Do you know if there is a 'combined' version available with all the glyphs (inculding Arabic, Devanagari etc)?
>no I don't know what you mean and you don't know what I mean, let's pretend 😃
>I appreciate your spam here
>but no one likes contributions that fills up half their screen
>or makes itself quiet
or makes a noise
but no one likes spam that fills up half their screen