From: Kent Karlsson (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Sep 07 2005 - 03:41:46 CDT
Peter Constable wrote:
> > It seems to me that you are going beyond what is currently spelled
> > out by Unicode. The discussion about the joiners does not mention
> > how they interact with vowel signs.
> True; it is silent on that issue. For better or worse, in the context
> that silence we made an implementation decision. That decision is not
> inconsistent with what the Standard specifies.
It still appears to me that requesting virama to be visible is mostly
orthogonal to requesting a reordrant vowel to "reorder less".
If they are (mostly) orthogonal, there should be different ways
of requesting them, rather than conflating two (mostly) orthogonal
Further, I think this is a "behavioural" issue, rather than just an
implementation issue. There should be a common (read standard)
way of dealing with this, at the character sequence level, independent
of how the implementations are built.
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