From: John Cowan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Oct 17 2003 - 16:18:36 CST
Philippe Verdy scripsit:
> Isn't most of that work already implemented for Indic scripts that require
> glyph reordering? Or do you mean the complexity of the work needed to
> create the glyph reordering tables (for logical to visual order)?
Relax, it's a joke.
> Isn't the Indic system now flexible enough to encode Banthu & Swahili
> languages? That's a shame because Swahili is one of the most spoken
> languages of the world (with millions of speakers), even before a lot of
> regional European languages that are fully encoded and supported in
> Unicode, and it really urgently needs to be more easily published to
> keep its associated culture.
Swahili uses Latin script, and of course it is representable in Unicode.
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