Re: Unicode & space in programming & l10n

From: Frank Ellermann (
Date: Thu Sep 21 2006 - 02:39:50 CDT

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    Steve Summit wrote:

    >> But this is all academic -- I don't see anyone taking the
    >> time and effort to investigate it in the absence of a
    >> compelling need.

    > It would be pretty easy to do a small but convincing
    > demonstration, I think -- I've half a mind to do it right now

    If you do please offer reproducible / stable input. It's not
    very helpful if such interesting texts state that they took
    <whatever> at <date>, when today's <whatever> could be quite
    different. Things I've tried are various SBCS, or the MES-1
    subset in different permutations (relevant for BOCU-1).


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