From: Arno Schmitt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Mar 05 2010 - 12:59:26 CST
am Freitag, 5. März 2010 um 18:41 schrieb Andreas Prilop:
> I have not written U+069C into the Unicode standard.
> I found U+069C in the Unicode standard with the hint
> "Moroccan Arabic".
> If you think that the inclusion of U+069C is not justified,
> then you should address unicode.org to have this letter
> labelled "obsolete" or "erroreous" or whatever.
There is no harm in having a letter that
nobody uses, or one that has a wrong label,
(it could be used for a Berber language,
not for Arabic).
I am much less happy with both "kaf with
three dots above" and "keheh with three
dots above" encoded, although -- to the
best of my knowledge -- it was not shown
that they are not allographs.
I can show that in Morocco they are the
This mistake -- if it is a mistake -- has
more serious consequences: two users (or
even the same users at different times)
may use different code points for the
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