From: Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jan 04 2008 - 04:28:02 CST
-On [20080104 10:38], "AndrÃ© Szabolcs Szelp" (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
>I was wondering, whether it's Unicode's task to encode every single character
>ever printed, even if it was created on the fly for a single project...
>(Of course, if the glyph's use can be demonstrated over several books of
>several different publishing houses over a nontrivial span of time, it should
>be; as a historic character).
And what if you want to make available such historical documents using an
electronic medium? The only option you have would be a scanned image (with all
its pros and cons) or an incomplete text due to certain glyphs being replaced
with non-equivalent ones.
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