Indic Syllabic Category of U+11134 CHAKMA MAAYYAA
kenwhistler at att.net
Fri Feb 3 16:54:29 CST 2017
On 2/3/2017 2:35 PM, Richard Wordingham wrote:
> Except that the added annotation "also used distinctly as a gemination
> mark which can occur with vowels" also applies to U+103A MYANMAR SIGN
> ASAT. TUS 9.0 Section 16.3 Myanmar calls the base 'double-acting'
> rather than 'geminate', but it's pretty much the same thing. ASAT also
> has functions that are unrelated to the presence of closed syllables -
> Brahmi length mark in the compound vowel symbol for AU and part of a
> Karen tone mark.
Why don't you drop that in the feedback hopper, so the UTC sees and
reviews it in May. It should be unproblematic to add a simple annotation
like that to the names list -- and if you have a suggestion for updating
the text in Section 16.3 for this, that would be good, too.
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