From: Mark Davis ⌛ (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Aug 07 2009 - 11:40:39 CDT
The Unicode Standard itself has limited support for language-specific casing
rules, those in Special Casing. The decision was made to make any further
special casing rules available via Unicode Locales (CLDR). There is a bug
open for this (http://unicode.org/cldr/bugs/locale-bugs?findid=1493), but
its resolution would need an authoritative source to submit the rules in the
form specified by http://unicode.org/reports/tr35/#Transform_Rules .
Here is an example that encodes the rules you just gave:
The rules would need to apply to the characters in
On Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 07:50, Andreas Prilop <email@example.com
> On Thu, 6 Aug 2009, karl williamson wrote:
> > I'm confused about context-dependent case changing for Greek.
> Case changing in Greek may indeed depend on context.
> Greek ypsilon/upsilon may get a diaeresis as capital letter:
> y --> Y
> 03C5 --> 03A5
> áy --> AŸ
> 03AC 03C5 --> 0391 03AB
> Does the Unicode standard actually deal with this?
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