In the ISO 639–3 registry, language code acf
is assigned to "Saint Lucian Creole French". It is hard to distinguish among the French-based Antillean creoles as to what constitutes a language and what constitutes a dialect. It is apparent (based on a letter from the SIL Registration Authority, reproduced here
, that SIL sees these to a substantial extent as varieties of a single language.
Accordingly, I have changed the label of this test to "Antillean Creole". It is likely that most of the current content [August 2017] is actually in the Martiniquan variety, but at the present time the test should be open to all speakers of the French creoles of Martinique, St. Lucia, Dominica, Grenada and Trinidad.