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Re: cp932, cp949, c950 definitions

From: Jason Rumney
Subject: Re: cp932, cp949, c950 definitions
Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2004 23:02:49 +0900
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Dave Love <address@hidden> writes:

>> I checked Korean, which is the one I am most worried about since
>> it includes extra precomposed Hangeul, but the extra characters are
>> all in the gap [0x3400, 0xdfff] that is not covered by current Emacs.
> The gap in what?  The mule-unicode charsets?  If so, I wasn't
> expecting those to help.
> I was hoping that the characters not in ksc5601 might be in the
> CNS sets, for instance.

That might be the case for the extra characters in cp950 and
cp932. But the extra characters in cp949 are precomposed Hangeul,
a phonetic alphabet used only in Korea and unlikely to be covered in

> If they're composed versions of things in
> ksc5601, presumably they could be dealt with by post-read and
> pre-write conversions operating with the compositions.

Probably, but its beyond my understanding.

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