On Fri, 1 Aug 1997, Marc Wilhelm Kuester wrote:
> While implementing Syrian language support in a previewer for the TUSTEP
> typesetting system and developping suitable, Unicode-based fonts, the
> problem has occurred whether Syrian characters are regarded only as glyph
> variants of other scripts (Arabic?) or if there are plans to add a relevant
> section to the Unicode standard.
> Under `Syrian' I understand the alphabeth which Faulmann in "Das Buch
> der Schrift" lists as `Estrangelo' (cf. p. 85).
> The Unicode Consortium does not list Syrian amongst the Proposed Unicode
You might contact Yannis Haralambous (firstname.lastname@example.org) who has
implemented complete typographical support for all Syriac scripts (not only
Estrangelo) in LaTeX using a flex as a preprocessor.
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