À 10:58 20-01-97 -0800, Maurice J Bauhahn <firstname.lastname@example.org> a
>Martin Dürst wrote:
>> As one of the authors of RFC 2070, I would be very happy to offer a neat
>> solution. But it's a chicken-and-egg problem. You cannot discuss encoding
>> of a script and already assume an encoding. So please use inline bitmaps,
>> aka GIFs. This is actually suggested in RFC 2070, at the end of section
>> 2.2 :-).
>I'm dreaming of a day....
This day is coming. Alis has built into Tango an experimental
implementation of Khmer, using an experimental encoding that is
phonetic-based with explicit subjoined consonants. Works fine, but test
documents are hard to find on the Web :-(
In the meantime, Martin is right and one is forced to use GIFs to discuss
-- François Yergeau <email@example.com> Alis Technologies Inc., Montréal Tél : +1 (514) 747-2547 Fax : +1 (514) 747-2561
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