From: Peter Jacobi (email@example.com)
Date: Mon May 24 2004 - 14:31:38 CDT
Oh, well this was already discussed back an forth some ten
days ago - as most of this thread.
> If they're lucky. The less lucky will only get default-UCA sorting. The
> least lucky will get nothing but binary codepoint sorting and a few
> language-specific hacks.
Non default-UCA collations are universally deployed.
Applications and tools with user- or community configurable
tailoring of collations are available, also as FOSS.
So, those stuck with 'default-UCA' are not less lucky, but less
willing to switch. This sounds like self-inflicted harm to me.
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