From: Doug Ewell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed May 05 2004 - 01:20:27 CDT
Dele and Philippe,
The solution is *not* to develop a new African 8-bit encoding that
encodes Ẹ́ and ẹ́ as precomposed characters, and then try to use that
as a justification for getting them encoded as precomposed characters in
Unicode, "but without any canonical equivalence."
The solution is to use the combining marks and encode Ẹ́ and ẹ́ as I
have done in this message.
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