John Fieber wrote:
> That ANSI C Normative Addendum 1 (see
> http://www.lysator.liu.se/c/na1.html) includes a mechanism for
> extending the isxxx() ctype functions. Does the uctype conform
> to this mechanism? Where standards exist, they should be
No, it doesn't, and thanks for calling it to my attention. While
I feel this is an ugly solution, it's easy to hack it in.
> Also, linux is all fine and dandy, but there are many legitimate
> reasons to use non-linux systems so a unicode framework that can
> be practically implemented on non-linux systems is important.
There's nothing Linux-specific or Unix-specific about uctype/ucdata.
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