From: Denis Jacquerye (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Oct 19 2005 - 23:22:38 CST
I was just using those accented African characters as an example for
the current logic for refusing proposals.
I understand it is much better to have systems handling Unicode well
than to create a set of national encodings for many African countries.
> So their encoding is not necessary, not even to convince font designers to
> support them (there are now better alternatives to convince font designers
> to support these sequences without requiring these characters to be encoded
> separately: it's to list them as supported named sequences in the Unicode
What does one have to do to list characters as supported named
sequences in the Unicode database? NamedSequences.txt is rather empty
right now, I'd like to propose some sequences and get other people to
do so too.
-- Denis Moyogo Jacquerye --- http://home.sus.mcgill.ca/~moyogo
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