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Re: Moving Right Along on the Inclusions Table...

From: Martin Duerst <duerst@it.aoyama.ac.jp>
Date: Sun, 24 Dec 2006 22:37:59 +0900
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Sorry, this mail wasn't inteded for public-i18n-core.
Please ignore,               Martin.

At 22:10 06/12/24, Martin Duerst wrote:
>
>At 18:55 06/12/24, Cary Karp wrote:
>>Quoting Martin:
>>
>>> Mixing directionality in a label is not allowed currently.
>>
>>Yes it is. Alphanumeric labels where the alpha is RTL and the numeric is
>>LTR are permitted.
>
>What I meant was that mixing of RTL letters and LTR letters isn't
>allowed. But this was sloppily worded. Checking RFC 3987, I also
>found that the text there may need to be clarified (it needs to
>be updated to take into account combining marks at the end of
>components anyway). [cc: the IRI mailing list]

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