From: Chris Jacobs (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Mar 14 2004 - 16:40:04 EST
> Perhaps they've chosen their custom encoding in order to side-step the
> mark-below issue. As you say, it shouldn't be hard to enable Unicode
> in their search window. And, once an agreement within the user community
> is reached on the mark below, it shouldn't be that hard to convert their
> entire web site and database to Unicode, too!
And even if there comes no such agreement it would still be possible to
convert their entire web site and database to Unicode if there is really a
need for that.
"ṣ" and "s̩" cannot be canonical equivalent or compatibility equivalent,
that would be nonconformant, but they surely can be equivalent in the sense
of having the same sort key, just like "ss" and "ß".
> Best regards,
> James Kass
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