On Mon, 30 Nov 1998, Markus Kuhn wrote:
> Just like /etc/services contains on any Unix machine a standard list of
> all Internet port names, and /etc/protocols contains all protocol
> identifiers, /etc/unicode should contain all character names, and
> perhaps some auxiliary information as well (character category,
> decomposition, etc.).
I would dispute the /etc location since in modern Unix systems
/etc is reserved for host specific configuration files (except
for legacy cruft from past bad decisions that won't go away).
Somewhere in /usr/share(/lib?) would be more consistent with
contemporary filesystem layouts.
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