From: Erkki I. Kolehmainen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jul 17 2008 - 07:37:01 CDT
No, right now there isn't, and I'm not willing to place any bets on the
possibility, let alone schedule, for one to turn up. There are some, still
rather haphazard efforts to define the letters in modern use, especially in
names. Thus, the best formally defined choice now is MES-2 (which, to my
recollection, includes WGL4). It isn't very good at defining punctuation
marks and symbols (some of those defined are practically never used, while
many are missing).
Erkki I. Kolehmainen
Lähettäjä: Otto Stolz [mailto:Otto.Stolz@uni-konstanz.de]
Lähetetty: 17. heinäkuuta 2008 14:39
Kopio: 'David Starner'; 'Unicode Mailing List'; 'Jonathan Woodburn'
Aihe: Re: Looking for code ranges on specific languages.
Erkki I. Kolehmainen schrieb:
> IMHO, MES-2 is imperfect and somewhat outdated, but WGL4 is much more
So, what character repertoire would you recommend to an enterprising
prospective developer of a pan-European font? Is there any formally defined
pan-European Unicode subset, that could be deemed perfect, and up-to-date?
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