From: Dominikus Scherkl (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jun 10 2005 - 08:35:02 CDT
> > > The field 004B tells us, that U+212A decomposes
> > > to U+004B, correct?
> > Yes.
> > > If so, then this seems wrong to me.
> > No, it's a "compatibility decomposition", meaning if you can't
> > represent it in your environment, simply show a 'K'.
> 212A;KELVIN SIGN;Lu;0;L;004B;;;;N;DEGREES KELVIN;;;006B;
> that looks wrong to me. Maybe it should look like this:
> 212A;KELVIN SIGN;Lu;0;L;<compat> 004B;;;;N;DEGREES KELVIN;;;006B;
Uups. Yeah, you're right!
It is realy canonically decomposable, because the glyph as well as the
properties really identic to 'K'. But it's there only for round-trip
conversion. That's the sence of "compatibility" I meant.
-- Dominikus Scherkl
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