From: Jony Rosenne (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Jul 17 2004 - 22:25:06 CDT
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Asmus Freytag
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> To: Peter Kirk; Unicode List
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> Subject: Re: Folding algorithm and canonical equivalence
> Thank you for reviewing this.
> DiacriticFolding (unlike AccentFolding) is selective about
> which combining
> marks it removes for which base character. I wonder whether
> that's truly
> intended, or whether it could be replaced by a combination of
> where AccentFolding removes *all* nonspacing marks following
> Latin, Greek
> or Cyrillic letters and we would remove from DiacriticFolding
> all cases
> that are already handled by accent folding.
> That still doesn't take care of Hebrew, so we would need to
> decide how to
> handle that. Perhaps you would like to put forth a proposal
> as to what
> accents or diacritics should be folded for Hebrew, and in
> what context. Is
> it just Dagesh?
In Hebrew it is quite common to omit them all.
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