From: John Cowan (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Oct 29 2002 - 18:34:26 EST
> Small Hebrew (Neo-Aramaic, Judeo-Tat, etc.)
> proposal ready for comments at given URL.
> Not finished, first viewing--Elaine
HEBREW ACCENT COMBINING VERTICAL LINE: probably OK
HEBREW ACCENT ZINNORIT: probably OK
HEBREW ACCENT MAYELA: probably OK (names can't have "'" in them)
HEBREW MARK LOWER DOT: not needed, use generic U+0323 COMBINING DOT BELOW
HEBREW MARK COMMON KETIV QERE: probably OK, can't use /, why SYMBOL?
HEBREW MARK CAIRO KETIV QERE: name problematic, only a font difference from above?
HEBREW LETTER REVERSED NUN: probably OK
HEBREW VERSE ENDING MARK: should not be encoded, use higher-level protocol
HEBREW COLUMN ENDING MARK: should not be encoded, use higher-level protocol
left-displaced acute, lacks a name: probably OK
diaeresis, lacks a name: not needed, use generic U+0308 COMBINING DIAERESIS
HEBREW LIGATURE ALEPH YOD: should not be encoded, no new ligatures
HEBREW LIGATURE ALEPH YOD YOD: ditto
HEBREW LIGATURE LAMED YOD: ditto
HEBREW LIGATURE NUN YOD: ditto
HEBREW LIGATURE ALEPH VAV: ditto
HEBREW LIGATURE VAV ALEPH: ditto
HEBREW LIGATURE VAV VAV YOD: ditto
HEBREW LIGATURE GIMEL YOD: ditto
That leaves 6 possibles.
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