From: Simon Montagu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Dec 06 2007 - 14:31:13 CST
William J Poser wrote:
>> Actually I was going to go the other way: the text should first be
>> normalized to *decomposed* form (NFD). For maximum obfuscation, you
>> want as many Basic Latin letters as possible in the source text.
>> Precomposed letters-with-diacritic don't get transformed at all, which
>> defeats the purpose.
> True. But then even better would be to Unicode-ify rot13 so that
> it affects non-ASCII characters. For example, restricting ourselves
> to the BMP, we could have rot7FFF, which would produce meaningless
> strings of CJK characters from (extended) Latin text.
That's an amusing idea, but imagine the chaos when certain Yi syllables
are transformed to Bidi control codes
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