[uf-discuss] Examples in non-European alphabets

Colin Barrett timber at lava.net
Fri Dec 22 14:50:44 PST 2006

As long as Unicode is used end-to-end, I don't think there would be  
any problems. I encourage parsers to support Unicode and to advocate  
the use of Unicode (UTF8, primarily) in our documentation.


On Dec 22, 2006, at 5:59 AM, Andy Mabbett wrote:

> So far as I am aware, all the examples-in-the-wild listed on the  
> 'wiki'
> use the European alphabet (indeed, almost al are in English).
> Is anyone aware of examples in other scripts, such as Russian,  
> Japanese,
> Chinese, Urdu, Gujarati, etc?
> If so, would it perhaps be useful to gather then together on one page,
> and to encourage the authors of such pages to comment on any issues
> arising from the use of uFs in such scripts?
> -- 
> Andy Mabbett
>                         Merry Bloomin' Christmas!
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