From: Jungshik Shin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Dec 17 2002 - 10:52:18 EST
On Fri, 13 Dec 2002, Andrew C. West wrote:
> I have just noticed that the Chinese government have presented a proposal to
> encode 956 "BrdaRten" characters in the BMP. See
> Would I be correct in believing that there is no chance of these precomposed
> forms being accepted, even when pushed by a country with the clout of China ?
I sincerely hope the proposed character set won't become a second case
of Hangul precomposed syllables albeit in a scale about 10 times smaller.
It'd be interesting to see how South Korea will vote on this. It may
not be easy to vote against it because of its past 'sin'.
Is there any opentype/AAT font for Tibetan? Do Uniscribe, Pango,
ATSUI, and Graphite support them if there are opentype Tibetan fonts?
In addition to the principle of character encoding, the best practical
counterargument would come from a demonstration that Unicode encoding
model for Tibetan script does work in practice.
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