From: Philippe Verdy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jun 07 2011 - 00:19:17 CDT
When reexperimenting with the online Unicode Set tool, I just found a
new bug for (text/word boundaries in property values searched by
/regexps/). See :
OK, returns data about all codepoints in a block whose name contain a
word starting by "latin" (ignoring case). Note that \b (word boundary)
is honored at the _begining_ of a word (here this returns all Latin
BAD, should a non-empty subset ; all the above concern blocks whose
name are TERMINATED by the "latin" word, so this should be equivalent,
but it is not.
BAD, the result is empty: I just want a list in all blocks that
contain the word "latin"
What am I doing wrong ? I thought it was correct according to the help
page which explains the supported text/word boundaries (^, $, and \b):
2011/6/6 fantasai <email@example.com>:
> Is there a reason why the North Indic fractions and Aegean numbers and
> are not assigned to any scripts in the ScriptExtensions.txt file?
> I don't really know what list of scripts they should belong to, but they
> seem very "Common".
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