From: Raymond Mercier (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Oct 19 2005 - 05:01:01 CST
I think the last two messages from me (where I correct myself) and Asmus
(who amply explains what I meant) should cover the point.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marion Gunn" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Raymond Mercier" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, October 19, 2005 11:28 AM
Subject: Re: identifying greek characters in an old book
> Not. Unicode (as I understand it) is meant to extend the limits in that
> very direction. If I am wrong about this, please correct me in as few
> words as possible, because traffic on this list appears to be getting
> heavy again.
> Scríobh Raymond Mercier:
>> At most I would argue for the encoding of those forms that were used by
>> earliest printers, but ignoring the huge number of others that are found
>> the long manuscript tradition. Unicode is meant for the printed text, is
>> not ?...
> Marion Gunn * EGTeo (Estab.1991)
> 27 Páirc an Fhéithlinn, Baile an
> Bhóthair, Co. Átha Cliath, Éire.
> * firstname.lastname@example.org * email@example.com *
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