In message <9711281918.AA03553@unicode.org> Doug Ewell
<firstname.lastname@example.org> writes via email@example.com:
> I suspect that compatibility with existing coded character sets had
> a lot to do with encoding U+03C2 and U+03C3 separately. After all,
> there are plenty of coded character sets for Greek and Hebrew, but
> not many for Old Church Slavonic. Is this correct?
There is the ISO 6861 character set standard: this provides codings
for Church Slavonic and Glagolitic characters.
This was developed by ISO/TC46/SC4/WG1.
-- John Clews (Chair of ISO/TC46/SC2: Conversion of Written Languages)
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