Source: Mark Davis
Date: July 7, 2009
Subject: Normalization Properties
There were two open issues in the handling of some of the new normalization
1. Whether to move NFKC_CF and/or INFKC_CF into a separate
file. If we did that, it would make sense to also include FC_NFKC_Closure, since
that is also a Case+Norm property. At this point, I'd rather keep them there;
the two Derived.*Prop.* files are about the same size.
(If we were to
move properties around, I think what would make sense would be a cleaner
DerivedCoreProps // everything else
rather not do that without UTC buyin)
statement under NFKC_CF
Ken wants to remove this. I think we really need it here, and in #44; this is an
important health warning. It doesn't hurt to include it, and may prevent people
from stupid errors.
> # When this property is used to transform strings, NFC *must* be
Ken's response was:
I want to remove it from where it is now, anachronistically
specification of the derivation of the
reasonably be moved up above the derivation, to the
description of the
property. But if it is going to stay in
the comment section in the data
file, I would like a better
description of the property. Having a
normative claim about
the use of a property like that, without better
it, strikes me as a mistake.
We agreed to push to UTC discussion.