From: Charlie Ruland (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jul 02 2009 - 13:22:49 CDT
The draft Han code charts for Unicode 5.2 beta at
still don’t show glyphs for the North Korean standard (i.e.,
corresponding to the IRG “KP” source mappings given, there are blanks
instead of visible glyphs).
1. Why is that so?
2. Is there a chance that these will be added soon?
***** Original Message/原始郵件 *****
Subject/主旨: [Unicode Announcement] Draft code charts for Unicode 5.2
Date/日期: Thu Jul 02 2009 01:46:27 GMT+0200
> Draft code charts are now available for the Unicode 5.2 beta review.
> Please check the code charts carefully to verify correctness of the new
> characters added to Unicode 5.2 and to ensure that there are no
> regressions for previously encoded characters. The draft code charts
> are located in:
> http://www.unicode.org/Public/5.2.0/charts/ or
> The Unicode Consortium appreciates the help provided by its many volunteers
> who help in ensuring the best possible quality for the published code charts
> for the Unicode Standard.
> For further information about the beta, please see the beta page
> http://www.unicode.org/versions/beta.html and the associated
> Public Review Issues page: http://www.unicode.org/review/#148
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