Re: Fw: Re: Compliant Tailoring of Normalisation for the Unicode Collation Algorithm

From: Markus Scherer <>
Date: Thu, 17 May 2012 08:49:52 -0700

*Please* use a different email subject line for the "x vs. Lao" discussion.

On Thu, May 17, 2012 at 1:57 AM, <> wrote:

> Well, I was speaking of the general case, not this specific example.
> Orthographies which mix in random characters from other scripts do not, and
> should not, drive the identity of characters for scripts, per se. If you
> need
> to indicate a random character from another script used in a particular
> orthography, Script Extensions is the mechanism that should probably be
> used,
> rather than assigning a character that firmly belongs in one script to
> script=common.
> Is that better, Mark?
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