From: Rajeev J Sebastian (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Apr 02 2006 - 02:50:32 CST
Hello James Kass,
On Sunday 02 April 2006 13:30, James Kass wrote:
> Good! They shouldn't be. The text Kenneth Whistler submitted from
> 5.0 could be construed to suggest that they will become equivalent in
> Unicode 5.0, though. That's why I asked and what started this thread.
A cursory look at Whistler's proposal, it seems a good idea ... to me,
> If it is Unicode's official position that traditional Malayalam
> use U+0D4C and that reformed Malayalam must use U+0D57,
> then Malayalam rendering engineers may recommend that
> traditional Malayalam fonts be designed with traditional
> AU glyphs at both code positions and reformed fonts with
> reformed glyphs there.
I don't think that's how it works. I think Peter Constable and others can
explain it much better.
All in all, Whistler's comment that this is a "dead horse" is particularly apt
Rajeev J Sebastian
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