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bug#39659: 27.0.60; inappropriate han script definition in char-script-t
bug#39659: 27.0.60; inappropriate han script definition in char-script-table
Wed, 19 Feb 2020 17:43:02 +0200
> From: address@hidden
> Cc: Kenichi Handa <address@hidden>, address@hidden
> Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2020 18:53:07 +0900
> >> It is better to set values as:
> >> 3200-33FF cjk-misc
> >> 4DC0-4DFF cjk-misc
> >> FE30-FE4F cjk-misc
> >> 1F200-1F2FF cjk-misc
> >> If enclosed CJK Ideographs should be 'han' script,
> >> enclosed Hanguls should be 'hangul' script,
> >> enclosed Katakana should be 'kana' script,
> >> and enclosed Numbers should be 'symbol' script.
> > Please provide some rationale for the differences, just saying
> > "better" and "should" doesn't explain why you think the changes are
> > for the good.
> > CC'ing Handa-san, who I hope will have some comments on this.
> > Thanks.
> Because they are not han characters.
> I think that combinatorial characters are not han characters,
> and that they are symbolic characters.
So your interpretation of cjk-misc is that they are symbols, not
letters? I'm asking because I don't really know what is meant by
"cjk-misc", I don't think we have it documented anywhere.