ezh & yogh (was Re: English & "a whole pile of new letters")
|From:||Philip Newton <philip.newton@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, June 1, 2002, 12:31|
On 1 Jun 02, at 21:42, Tristan McLeay wrote:
> Pedantic point. The IPA doesn't have a yogh. It has an ezh. Yoghs look
> like threes. (This was a point of argument with the Unicode people a
> while back I think, deciding whether they should encode Yogh separately
> to the already-encoded ezh. They did. Yogh is towards the end of the
> Latin Extended-B range. I think Michael Everson (or something) had
> something about it on his webpage.
Someone once said something along the lines that if your
con(lang/culture) had enough detail to be able to generate an argument
like that, you know you've really fleshed out all the details!
Philip Newton <Philip.Newton@...>