From: Language Analysis Systems, Inc. Unicode list reader (Unicodefirstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Oct 29 2003 - 13:17:21 CST
>However by Unicode specifications both it and an attached lower cedilla
>on _g_ may be rendered by unattached turned comma above which interacts
>with characters not in their respective combining classes. And this
>turned comma above of necessity would always be applied before normal
>upper class 230 diacritics.
Seems like the problem is more complicated than that. It suggests that
for many fonts,
U+0067 LATIN SMALL LETTER G + U+0327 COMBINING CEDILLA
U+0067 LATIN SMALL LETTER G + U+0312 COMBINING TURNED COMMA ABOVE
would have exactly the same rendering. Some applications would need to
know this and treat U+0067 U+0327 the same as U+0067 U+0312 as
I wonder if there's call for some sort of table of Unicode sequences
that aren't canonically equivalent but render the same.
Language Analysis Systems, Inc.
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