From: Christopher John Fynn (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Jun 22 2003 - 00:42:49 EDT
By "relative ordering" I did not mean relative collation weights
but the order in which these combining characters are usually
entered relative to other characters and each other - and the
order relative to each other in which they should be stored in a
string. The current CCCV weights for these characters mean that
they can end up in a bizarre order which makes no sense, serves
no useful purpose and complicates rendering and collation .
The only thing I did mention specifically about collation is
that 0F7E 0F82 and 0F83 should generally treated as equivalent
for collation purposes. Culturally correct collation rules for
Dzongkha and Tibetan are *very* complex when compared with those
for any other language I know of and I don't want to get into
all that here.
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