Re: [css-text] I18N-ISSUE-315: Reference to line breaking in KLREQ

The i18n WG is satisfied with this resolution and has closed this issue.

On 09/05/2014 00:45, fantasai wrote:
> On 01/24/2014 10:21 AM, Phillips, Addison wrote:
>> State:
>>      OPEN WG Comment
>> Product:
>>      CSS3-text
>> Raised by:
>>      Richard Ishida
>> Opened on:
>>      2013-12-11
>> Description:
>>      5.2. Breaking Rules for Punctuation: the ‘line-break’ property
>>      "The rules here are following guidelines from KLREQ for Korean,
>>       which don't allow the Chinese/Japanese-specific breaks. However,
>>       the resulting behavior could use some review and feedback to make
>>       sure they are correct, particularly when “word basis” breaking is
>>       used (‘word-break: keep-all’) in Korean."
>>      I don't see what this is referring to. The rules below seem to all
>>      be relevant to either Japanese or Chinese.
> Right. The question is whether Korean should have the same allowances
> as Chinese and Japanese. Notice there are special line breaks that are
> allowed *only* when the language is *known* to be Chinese or Japanese.
> We could allow them also if the language is known to be Korean. However,
> KLREQ does not seem to allow these breaks, so we did not allow these
> special breaks for Korean.
> In general, we need closer review of line-breaking for Korean, since we
> have received very few comments on Korean line-breaking rules.
> ~fantasai

Received on Thursday, 29 May 2014 16:55:28 UTC