From: Kenneth Whistler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Nov 22 2005 - 16:21:18 CST
Mark Shoulson said:
> > Yes, yes, but what does this MEAN for Yiddish?
> At any rate, even compatability decompositions are lacking for the
> Yiddish ligatures. I still think canonical decompositions are what's
> proper and needed here, but compatibility decompositions will at least
> alleviate IDN problems. Whatever can be arranged...
As Mark Davis tried to make clear the first time around,
decompositions can*NOT* be introduced for these characters
now -- neither canonical nor compatibility decompositions.
That is a stability guarantee that the UTC is not going to
go back on, because of the implications for normalization.
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