James Kass wrote:
>Prabhat Hedge wrote,
>>* Indic scripts do not have any standard (as in published/registered/
>> recognized) font encoding that i know of.
>ISCII is the standard for Indic scripts.
ISCII is not a font-encoding, ISFOC is but its neither published nor
>>* Indian language web-sites use mis-use charset tag "x-user-defined".
>So do some non-Indian language web sites.
But most of them do not need CTL (Complex Text Layout) support as is
essential for Indian scripts.
Which means that either a glyph-set or font-encoding standard is
required or that all platforms that
need this support need to have OT/Intelligent font support.
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