also includes a link to
which contains the character tables and glyphs for all
characters except chinese characters for the draft of
the second edition of ISO/IEC 10646-1.
I think these may be regarded as final, as AFII, that produced the
tables, is out of businees by now.
On Wed, Oct 13, 1999 at 06:05:15PM -0700, Kenneth Whistler wrote:
> > On Wed, Oct 13, 1999 at 01:00:42PM -0700, Markus Kuhn wrote:
> Keld Simonsen noted:
> > The draft consolidated text and all tables of the forthcoming
> > second edition of IS 10646-1 is avaliable form the ISO 10646 site at
> > http.//www.dkuug.dk/jtc1/sc2/wg2/docs/standards.html
> > This includes all approved amendments and technical corrigenda of
> > 10646-1.
> I think what Keld is pointing to is the link from there to:
> which contains the May 29, 1999, ISO/IEC 10646-1 Second Edition
> text, Draft 2.
> Keld is correct that that text constitutes the rollup of all of
> the approved (or nearly approved) amendments through Amendment 30,
> plus all technical corrigenda and editorial corrigenda to date.
> However, it is not the final text (though very close). It includes
> all Annexes (except Annex G -- the alphabetical list of characters,
> which was just generated a couple weeks ago). But for users of
> the standard, you should note that Document 2005 does *not*
> include any of the character tables (the 1000 pages or so of
> character charts and names).
> So if you are interested in the discursive text of the 10646 standard,
> Document N2005 is your best publicly available source at the moment,
> but if you want the charts, you will have to wait to purchase
> the full, published standard. (Or use the Unicode 3.0 book.)
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