From: Kent Karlsson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Nov 14 2003 - 09:04:00 EST
Philippe Verdy wrote:
> (1) a singleton (example the Angström symbol, canonically
> mapped to A with diaeresis,
The Ångström (note spelling) sign is canonically mapped to
capital a with ring.
There are several meanings of "compatibility characters".
The most important here are the characters that have a
compatibility decomposition mapping. For details,
see UTR 20: http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr20/.
> And the "oe ligature" has only a compatiblity decomposition,
> and then is not a compatibility character.
The oe ligature characters have no decomposition at all.
> > Is somewhere a complete chart of "compatibility characters" ?
> Look at the Unicode data file which lists composition exclusions...
Which is unrelated to the question posed! See UTR 20 instead.
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