From: Michael Everson (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Mar 27 2003 - 11:36:13 EST
At 10:00 -0600 27/03/2003, Peter_Constable@sil.org wrote:
>Perhaps, though, it could be argued that this should be encoded as
>a distinct (non-decomposible) digraph character, comparable to
>U+02AB LATIN SMALL LETTER LZ DIGRAPH.
Not without seeing evidence of how it's used, Peter.
>One might represent the tresillo as U+025B LATIN SMALL LETTER OPEN E
>or its uppercase counterpart U+0190, though that's probably not a
>good choice as the tresillo is caseless.
Is it? What does it mean?
>Perhaps there are historiographers of Mayan linguistics that want to
>encode historic texts, or perhaps some Mayanists that, on occasion,
>want to be able to quote from these historic texts.
As I say, one would like to see critical editions of those texts to
see what people are doing.
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