From: Christopher Fynn (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 13 2004 - 08:12:55 CDT
D. Starner wrote:
> <>I've never seen a multi-script
> index; is there any real legacy behavior here,
> besides computer programs which
> were forced to do something?
I've seen plenty of multi script indexes and almost all of them had
seperate divisions for each script.
There are multi-platform database engines which are straightforwad to
"tailor" using UCA (e.g Mimer SQL <http://www.mimer.com/> - which
someone mentioned earlier), and Open Source software rountines based
on the UCA (e.g. ICU's rule based collator
So, if a scholarly community needs interleaved ordering, it should not
be too hard to for someone amongst them to implement
and share with their colleauges.
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