From: Antoine Leca (Antoine10646@leca-marti.org)
Date: Mon Jan 03 2005 - 02:13:59 CST
On Friday, December 31st, 2004 11:52Z, Philippe Verdy va escriure:
> Are there sources available for an exhaustive list of contextual
> forms and conjuncts used in the Myanmar script?
You should know that "exhaustive lists" are kind of impossible with
> I can easily find fonts for the Myanmar/Pali script, (none of them
> mapped to Unicode),
Look after MyaZedi (http://www.myazedi.com/downloads/).
> and most of them contain symbols and conjuncts
> that appear nowhere in the Unicode standard. My interpretation of
> these symbols is that most of them could be used to write Pali and
> Mon languages, but they are not used directly to write Burmese.
Well, this is not how I see things. In fact, I fail to find fonts which have
glyphs outside those for the Burmese language, besides the codepoints
already listed in The Unicode Standard at U+105x...
Chris gave a very interessant link that have a lot of material, either
directly or linked. I found that a newer form seems to exist at
Happy New Year to everybody,
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