On Tue, 8 Aug 2000, Sandro Karumidze wrote:
> The issue is that in Unicode there is a sequence of Georgian caracters different
> from what this people think should be.
> In modern Georgian there are 33 widely used characters. However before there were
> 38 characters. In beginning of this century 5 characters were dropped, though still
> used in old texts and by language specialists.
> In Unicode this 5 characters follow 33. There is a different point of view that
> those 5 should be included among the ohters.
> This is all the issue - there are no specific implementation difficulties or
> problems. The only point is that 5 among the rest 33 is more "correct".
Ah, OK. The order of characters in the Unicode Standard is *not*
meant to be the proper sort order for any language (even English)
or relied on for that purpose. If any changes are needed, it is to
the Unicode default collating sequence (which I have not checked) and not to
the codes for the characters themselves.
-- John Cowan firstname.lastname@example.org C'est la` pourtant que se livre le sens du dire, de ce que, s'y conjuguant le nyania qui bruit des sexes en compagnie, il supplee a ce qu'entre eux, de rapport nyait pas. -- Jacques Lacan, "L'Etourdit"
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