Re: Language Tagging And Unicode

From: Valeriy E. Ushakov (
Date: Wed Jan 19 2000 - 09:17:45 EST

On Wed, Jan 19, 2000 at 05:43:46AM -0800, Christopher John Fynn wrote:

> The Chinese (Beijing) system for Tibetan now contains aprox. 6,000
> "characters" most of which are required ligatures and glyph variants
> and they apparently call this their standard or official encoding
> for Tibetan. Maybe we should encode all of these as characters in
> Unicode on the grounds that they are part of a national standard. It
> would after all make things much easier for people designing Tibetan
> fonts and applications...

Hey, Chris, you forgot the smiley. Under circumstances I would say
that was a dangerous oversight. ;-)

SY, Uwe

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