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Re: Query on UTF-32 encodings for letters
On 2005-01-18, at 05:58, Robert Dewar wrote:
Look the problem isn't the fact that somebody wishes to support
I am talking specifically about the issue of Ada folding rules with
Latin-1 and ten years experience with them. You seem to be talking
about different issues entirely. Note that I talked about the folding
rules above. I think you did not read carefully, and thought I said
that people were happy to write in Latin-1. That of course is false.
That is why GNAT has always provided -gnatiw to allow full 16-bit
characters in identifiers, and it is why the new standard has
mandated this, and extended it to all planes of 10646.
encodings for symbols in code. This may be even helpful to some.
However I still stand by the opinion that declaring them case
is some kind of wired idiocy which can be only the result of some
polit-bureau group. What are the good reasons to make them such in