Re: Greek glyphs

Date: Thu Mar 03 2005 - 21:49:29 CST

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    Yes -- thank you. TLG's work requesting those codepoints -- and in general --
    is very important.

    But they haven't dealt with ancient local script variants, as their corpus is
    primarily documents in standard Greek script. (And anyway that's not/shouldn't
    be a codepoint issue.)

    My project is dealing with a higher level above codepoints.

    I'm trying to resolve the remaining problems which are preventing the full
    repetoire of the *presentation forms* of Greek characters, as needed for
    academic studies, from actually being used in a reasonable way on the Web.
    This involves a number of issue including and beyond Unicode...


    Christopher Fynn wrote:
    > doug
    > Are you aware of the proposals made by the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG)
    > project to add various ancient Greek characters to the Unicode / iso 10646
    > Standards?
    > These proposals are listed at:
    > <>
    > - Chris

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