From: Mark Davis (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Apr 29 2009 - 13:15:24 CDT
I typed "open Unibook" in my browser, and nothing happened ;-)
More concretely, it looks like we had different values for the C and Java
reference code. Not a formal problem, since the ASCII hack is just for
On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 10:52, Asmus Freytag <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 4/28/2009 8:40 PM, Mark Davis wrote:
>> 3) The characters in your ASCII hacking table are different from
>> those chosen by Asmus Freytag in his Bidi Tool (part of the
>> Unibook application), for no benefit that I can see. I suggest to
>> align your table with Asmus's, if for no other reason than that he
>> was the first, so that we veteran Bidi dabblers are used to it.
>> I basically just went with the characters that are in
>> plus adding others so as to cover all the classes. I can definitely change
>> those, although if the differ across versions of reference code we'll want
>> to fix it. (For others, this is not an intrinsic part of the algorithm, just
>> for testing.) Where are the Unibook ones listed?
> open Unibook.
> Tools/Bidi Demo
> List is right there in the dialog.
> PS: or check the C++ reference sample code on the Unicode site (the latest
> version of which is what Unibook is using as the source for that demo).
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