>... I was just answering Johan's interrogation. We
>just need to know that modern Georgian has no notion of case but that
>historically that has existed. That debate will have been very instructive
>in this regard and will then have been useful.
This information is presented (in the clear, but terse language used for
writing standards) already in the Unicode Standard, Version 1.0, and of
course it is found in The Unicode Standard, Version 2.0 (page 6-61).
If the debate encourages people to read the book first, we will have won
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