The question is:
> Is there any way to change already defined character codes?
And the definitive answer is "No".
Marco Cimarosti wrote:
> (You definitely need an official reply, but let's go on with some more
> informal chatting.)
OK, here is another semi-official reply from me, as a UTC member, since everyone else seems to be at the UTC meeting this week...
As far as I know, neither WG2 nor UTC would vote to re-order the Georgian alphabet because that would invalidate all existing data. Neither WG2 nor UTC would remove or move any existing characters for the same reason. Use a tailored sorting table if you need a different ordering.
Jianping Yang wrote:
> Not really for Unicode in which we have relocated some codepoints
> for Hangul between Unicode 1.1 and 2.0 :)
The fact that there was a re-ordering in Hangul some years ago was a travesty and an embarrassment that nobody wants to repeat.
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