From: Eric Muller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Aug 14 2003 - 15:24:51 EDT
Peter Kirk wrote:
> And indeed the software being used is produced by a consortium member.
> Perhaps the embarrassment should be more that member's, that their
> software is not Unicode compatible.
The member in question is a company. Companies are not embarrassed nor
>> whilst implementing the full standard, including all scripts...
>> Even the ones that would be newly defined in the next version... ;-)
Actually, we don't need that much: there are very few strings set in
other scripts, and for those, it would be quite acceptable to do the
typesetting by hand - in fact, that's precisely what is done today.
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