From: Benjamin M Scarborough (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Feb 01 2011 - 01:12:34 CST
On 2011.01.30 21:00, Ken Whistler wrote:
> Changing these particular gc=Ll subscript modifier letters to gc=Lm impacts the derived property
> Lowercase. In order to keep the repertoire of Lowercase=True stable, they would then have to
> be *added* to the Other_Lowercase property.
Actually, U+2090..U+2094 LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER A..LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER SCHWA are already gc=Lm and Other_Lowercase, so there's precedent for that too.
> But wait, there's more. These kinds of modifier letters are also Cased (see definition D135), by
> virtue of their being Lowercase. And they are not Case_Ignorable (see definition D136). Moving
> them from gc=Ll to gc=Lm would make them Cased (by virtue of their Lowercase value) and
> Case_Ignorable (because they are Lm). I know that is a bit of a head-bender, but that is how
> those properties are defined.
All of the superscript Latin modifier letters are Other_Lowercase too, so if this is really a problem, it's been a problem for a while.
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