Acquiring DIS 10646

Sean Leonard lists+unicode at
Sat Oct 3 10:15:55 CDT 2015


Well, "DIS 10646" is the Draft International Standard, particularly 
Draft 1, from ~1990 or ~1991. (Sometimes it might have been called 
10646.1.) Therefore it would likely only be in print form (or printed 
and scanned form). It's pretty old. What I understand is that Draft 1 
got shot down because it was at variance with the nascent Unicode 
effort; Draft 2 was eventually adopted as ISO 10646:1993, and is 
equivalent to Unicode 1.1. (10646-1:1993 plus Amendments 5 to 7 = 
Unicode 2.0.)


On 10/2/2015 10:28 PM, Michel Suignard wrote:
> ISO never keeps previous versions of standards. You can look into the wg2 web site at that will give you some versions of these documents (Google or your favorite search engine will be your friend) although all that may disappear any day. If you tell me what you are looking for I can help you. Bear in mind that anything that ISO does is copyrighted. Therefore, forget about a free online version of DIS 10646 of whatever version you are looking for.
> There is a reason that Unicode (all versions still visible, archive up to 2000 increasingly visible) is a much better source for references.
> Michel

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