Re: SGML entities to Unicode

lee@sq.com wrote:

>> Is there an authoritative mapping from ISO 8879 entities (ISOamsa,
>> ISOgrk1, ISOlat1, ISOlat2, etc.) to ISO 10646? If so, where might I find
>> such a beast?
>I don't believe such a beast is possible -- the entities listed in the
>annex to ISO 8879 do not all have corresponding ISO 10646 glyphs.
>Some of them (e.g. Alternative Greek Symbols) could be represented
>with a combination of element markup and reuse of other Greek Symbols.
>Some of the others, such as Added Math Symbols: Relations, are simply
>not available in 10646.
>But if you are not doing mathematics or Ancient (pre-1975 polytonik) Greek,
>most of them are there.

This has been added I think in version 1.1. It's in the 1Fxx block.
Anyway, even correspondences to combining sequences, and only for
those entities where correspondences exist, would be a great thing.

Regards,	Martin.