From: Rick McGowan (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Apr 30 2007 - 16:33:50 CST
The text of the background document for Public Review Issue #96, "Allowing
Joiner Characters in Identifiers"
(http://www.unicode.org/review/pr-96.html ) has had substantial
modifications: it has significantly tightened the requirements for ZWJ and
ZWNJ by reducing the number of possible scripts, and simplifying the
sequences. It also added the equivalent characters needed for Mongolian.
This PRI affects the use of special characters (ZWJ, ZWNJ and Mongolian
separators) in identifiers. It may be relevant in a variety of contexts,
including such areas as international domain names for Arabic, Persian,
Sinhalese, Khmer, and Malayalam. If you believe that there are any other
languages requiring the use of special characters, please respond as
directed on http://unicode.org/review and include the PRI number and
Revision Number in your message.
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at the subsequent UTC meeting.
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