Re: [css-fonts-3] i18n-ISSUE-295: U+ in unicode-range descriptor

Sounds reasonable.

On 13/09/2013 02:45, John Daggett wrote:
> Richard Ishida wrote:
>> 4.5. Character range: the unicode-range descriptor
>> 'Each <urange> value is a UNICODE-RANGE token made up of a "U+" or "u+"
>> prefix followed by a codepoint range'. The U+ is not always needed
>> before every codepoint value (eg. in a range).
>> Why do we need the U+/u+ ?  It would be easier to just use bare hex
>> codepoints, especially for ranges, where U+ is only used at the start
>> anyway.
> As Tab has already pointed out, the unicode range syntax was part of
> CSS 2.1 syntax and the descriptor itself is already supported by
> multiple implementations so it's not appropriate to make a change like
> this at this point.
> Regards,
> John Daggett

Richard Ishida

Received on Friday, 13 September 2013 05:57:32 UTC