From: Antoine Leca (Antoine10646@leca-marti.org)
Date: Wed Apr 12 2006 - 11:15:25 CST
On Wednesday, April 12th, 2006 12:27Z, N. Ganesan wrote:
>>> Cillus can come at the end of words
>>> and word-medially. ka, na, nna, la, lla, llla, r, t and m
>> On the other hand, I do not see clearly what do you mean by cillu-t
>> (there are two candidates, <0D31, 0D4D, 200D> and <0D24, 0D4D,
> cillu_t and cillu_l are of the same glyphs,
> but in code-points, if some want to differentiate
> it's possible to differentiate between cillu_t and cillu_l.
Sorry, you have to be a little more precise about the real use.
I too would be pleased sometimes to be able to differentiate between J in
Latin, English, Castilian Spanish, German, Sankrit, French, etc...
But I cannot. I have to use U+004A, everywhere.
Until now, it is not known if "cillu-l" (and, as far as I can see, your
putative cillu-t as well) should be encoded as <0D31, 0D4D, 200D> or U+0D7B.
But nothing more. In order to recognize other combinations, you have to put
forward quite strong arguments (and to hurry up, too.)
>>> (4) Malayalam short u marker
>> I read this has already been decided to be encoded as
>> <U+0D41, U+0D4D>.
> Any ref.s? From Unicode?
There was a thread on this in final August-mid September 2005, on this
mailing list. Someone with the same From: field as you posted to this very
thread. I did not see any denegation; and even an acknowledgement from a
major implementer of this being in place since mid-2004.
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