From: Mark E. Shoulson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 03 2007 - 13:31:54 CST
Frank Ellermann wrote:
> Adam Twardoch wrote:
>> if U+1E9E is added to Unicode, will the casing rules be changed so
>> that ß (U+00DF) uppercases to U+1E9E by default?
> That's complete rubbish, there's no such thing as an "upper case ß".
> DIN would be dissolved by law if they'd ever support this nonsense.
The evidence cited in the proposal is pretty much unanswerable. Maybe
you think there shouldn't have been, but typographers have been selling
fonts with uppercase ßs in them for nigh unto a century. Unicode is
there to support existing usage, and this certainly qualifies.
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