From: Rick McGowan (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Aug 14 2003 - 13:43:11 EDT
Peter Kirk suggested...
> Interesting and a little embarrassing that Unicode's own documentation
> is not Unicode compatible!
I don't think it's very embarrassing... The Unicode consortium after all
doesn't produce book editing and typesetting software, we use other
I think it's rather amazing that we can now actually produce a PDF of the
entire book. This is incredibly better than the situation ten years ago.
In any case, perhaps you can you suggest a "Unicode conformant" authoring
tool that is up to the task of editing and typesetting the standard itself?
It must have at least the capability of Framemaker 6 (i.e., tables,
figures, sectioning, table-of-contents, index, etc) whilst implementing the
full standard, including all scripts... Even the ones that would be newly
defined in the next version... ;-)
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