Vladas Tumasonis recently said:
> Robert Brady wrote:
> > Hang on, what are the capitals supposed to look like? If they are not
> > supposed to have a dot, further rendering complications are required.
> Really. Such capital are dotless. For example:
> LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH OGONEK followed by DOT ABOVE followed by TILDE
> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH OGONEK followed by TILDE
I agree with you about rendering.
However is this another special case for the upper to lower case mappings?
upper(LATIN SMALL LETTER I + DOT ABOVE + another combiner above) is
LATIN CAPTIAL LETTER I + another combiner above (a general rule?)
lower(LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I + combiner above) is (in some locales)
LATIN SMALL LETTER I + DOT ABOVE + combiner above.
The rule format SpecialCasing doesn't seem to handle this.
Tim (in a pedantic mood this evening)
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