On Wed, 21 Feb 2001, Werner LEMBERG wrote:
> > Section 10.1 of PDUTR #27 "Unicode 3.1" (2000.1.17) gives the sources of
> > the 42,711 new characters as:
> > ...
> > CNS 11643-1992, 15th plane
> Really? I thought this should be CNS 11643-1986. I think there isn't
> a 15th plane in the 1992 version.
I thought so too, but both PDUTR #27 and IRG N777 give the 1992 version
and the 15th plane. Perhaps it might be a simple typo, since
lower-numbered planes are given on preceding lines as the 1992 version.
> > South Korea's PKS 5700
> This is a North Korean standard AFAIK.
I thought the PKS standards were too, but then I heard that North Korean
ones (such as KPS 9566) were filed under the KP- sources. I'm sure
the KS C and KS X standards are South Korean, and filed under the K-
sources, but it doesn't seem to make much sense to have North Korean
sources split across K- and KP- sources. Now I'm not sure anymore what is
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