|From:||John Cowan <cowan@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, February 19, 2000, 20:15|
Daniel A. Wier scripsit:
> But Unicode 3.0 might be adding the
> true Coptic character set, which is a unified case (as the second text
Nope, no Coptic/Greek deunification in 3.0, maybe 4.0.
> That might be a plane variant of Greek, like Fraktur and Gaeilge
> would be of Latin, so it might not have its own allocation area.
That's the way Coptic is treated now, as mostly a font difference.
Michael Everson's document is meant to demonstrate that that's a bad idea.
> My goal is to merge the three Greek-based alphabets into one, inshallah...
Greek, Coptic, Cyrillic? Why not Latin, Georgian, Armenian too?
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