> I'm currently working on a CCCII->CNS mapping table by printing
> out CCCII and CNS glyphs side by side (I'll probably post this on
> a server in case someone is interested -- expect a set of *large*
> PS files). As a starting point, I use Christian Wittern's
> mapping data from his cefdb database of the kanjibas project.
You and I seem to be on amazingly similar paths. I got a copy of
the very same database file, and have converted it to a dBase
version. I have been writing a Visual Basic application to display
the characters side by side to check&correct errors. Using manual
methods, I've already found a few. Once I have the full
application up an running, I expect I'll find quite a few more.
I've now checked about 20% of my CCCII->CNS mapping (almost the first
CCCII plane plus its variant glyphs). First result: a systematic
error, affecting about 280 characters! Everything in the CNS range
6-26xx up to 6-28xx is off by one. Example:
2D3D42 -> 6-2752 should be 2D3D42 -> 6-2753
Except this, I've found few errors (about 20).
My road map:
.) complete the CCCII->CNS check
.) try to map all remaining CNS characters to CCCII
.) try to find all CCCII duplicate glyphs so that I can represent as
much CCCII as possible with CNS glyphs -- I'm not interested in a
one-to-one mapping (which isn't possible anyway).
In which results are you interested?
BTW, do you have a Four-Courner table of all CCCII glyphs (not only
the base glyphs)?
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