Re: Latin Script

From: Philippe Verdy (
Date: Tue Jul 06 2010 - 13:47:16 CDT

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    Isn't that because you forgot the backslapshes before p{...}, when
    naming properties ?
    Without those backslashes, the compared sets (specified in parameters
    a and b of the request both include the letter 'p' and braces, ant it
    is the names of properties that are compared.

    This should be:\p{script:latin}&b=\p{name:/LATIN/}

    or, computing only the two difference sets (using the '-'
    regexp-operator, in a '[]' character class):[\p{script:latin}-\p{name:/LATIN/}][\p{name:/LATIN/}-\p{script:latin}]

    or the intersection set (the '&' regexp-operator is URL-encoded, in a
    '[]' character class):[\p{script:latin}%26\p{name:/LATIN/}]

    or the union set (using the just using the empty/appending
    regexp-operator, in a '[]' character class):[\p{script:latin}\p{name:/LATIN/}]

    All of these work for me, there's no proxy error.


    On 06/07/10 01:21, "Tulasi" <> wrote:
    > >\p{script:latin}&b=\p{name:/LATIN/}
    > I could not view above link.
    > I use FireFox. It gives me error as:
    > > 502 Proxy Error
    > >
    > > The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server.
    > > The proxy server could not handle the request GET /cldr/utility/list-unicodeset.jsp.
    > >
    > > Reason: Error reading from remote server
    > Is there a working link for FireFox as well?
    > Tulasi
    > Ps: Thanks Rick McGowan for letting me know about the error, resending

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