Re: ISO 10646 compliance and EU law

From: Antoine Leca (
Date: Wed Jan 05 2005 - 10:20:28 CST

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    On Wednesday, January 5th, 2005 14:18Z Philipp Reichmuth va escriure:

    > I wouldn't rule this out entirely. For example, I know one attempt
    > to implement a Tibetan font where the underlying representation was
    > Latin (Wylie), and the Tibetan glyphs were generated from the Latin
    > transliteration using OpenType rules.

    Or I did not understand you, or this has nothing to do with Unicode, much
    less Unicode/10646 conformance.

    The Tibetan characters are _never_ encoded using Unicode in this process,
    are they?
    Looks like a clear case of nonconformance to me.


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