Ar 10:30 -0700 1998-05-28, scríobh John Cowan:
>N1741 refers to Latin-Extended-A, but it should be Latin-Extended-B.
>I don't see a rationale for putting the Philippine scripts into a
>single block, any more than the Indic scripts are put into a single
>block. (The parallel encoding is quite useful and would warrant
>a comment to that effect.) There are other instances of blocks
>with only 2 columns, after all.
If you put a heavy dark line between each pair of columns then it becomes
separate character collections (I already proposed separate collections for
10646 anyway). But it would be nice, and ecologically friendly, to print
them on the same page, in which case "Philippine scripts" makes a nicer
heading than "Tagalog, Hanunóo, Buhid, Tagbanwa".
Or does it? I don't mind, really.
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