From: Andrew West (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jun 15 2006 - 05:30:15 CDT
On 15/06/06, Kenneth Whistler <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On perusing the draft 5.0 code charts, I noticed that the mnemonics from
> > L2/05-357 for U+0EAE LAO LETTER HO TAM have not been included. There are
> > two alternative mnemonics: 'ho hya' (corresponding to Thai 'ro rua') and 'ho
> > hyan'. Were they deliberately not included, or have they been accidentally
> > omitted because ho tam is the last in the main list of consonants?
> Apparently an accidental omission. If you read further
> down L2/05-357, to Section 4.3 under Suggested Annotations
> and Aliases, you can see that they were omitted in *that*
> list, which was the one used to update NamesList.txt for
> Unicode 5.0.
Mea culpa. I reviewed the Lao aliases in the charts several times, and
didn't spot that one ... probably because I was cross-checking against
the "Suggested Annotations and Aliases" in L2/05-357 which is where
the omission crept in in the first place.
Many thanks to Richard for noticing the omission.
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