patrik at frobbit.se
Thu Jul 17 06:26:08 CEST 2008
I see the following proposal from UTC.
Question: Some of the codepoints that either are, or are suggested to
be, deprecated are PVALID according to the tables document.
Does that create any problems?
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Rick McGowan <rick at unicode.org>
> Date: on 16 jul 2008 23.24.07 GMT+02:00
> To: unicode at unicode.org
> Subject: Two New Public Review Issues: Replacement Characters and
> Deprecated Characters
> The Unicode Technical Committee has posted two new issues for public
> review and comment. Details are on the following web page:
> Review periods for the new items close on August 4, 2008.
> Please see the above page for links to discussion and relevant
> Briefly, the new issues are:
> Public Review Issue #121, Recommended Practice for Replacement
> The Unicode Technical Committee has been requested to specify what the
> recommended practice is for replacement characters in converting ill-
> subsequences. See the review document for further explanation:
> Public Review Issue #122, Proposal for Additional Deprecated
> The Unicode Technical Committee is considering giving a number of
> additional characters the Deprecated property. For more details, see
> review document:
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> Rick McGowan
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