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  • On 2010/01/03 00:24, Tony Mechelynck wrote: > Why without codepoint values higher than U+FFFF? Nowadays gvim can > diplay them (which wasn't the case when I started studying Unicode > with gvim 6.x). > > > Best regards, > Tony. Because: struct interval { unsigned short first; unsigned short last; }; ;) I guess the type can be "int" instead of "unsigned short" now. The patch with...
    Iông Chun Jan 2, 2010
  • Hi Tony, On 2010-01-02 07:01 ē-po͘, Tony Mechelynck wrote: > I'm attaching an extract from the current UnicodeData.txt file where > I've extracted all codepoints with a nonzero Canonical_Combining_Class > (field 3, counting the first field [codepoint number] as field 0). I'm > *not* sure that this property coincides with the "combining character" > property in the Vim sense, but...
    Iông Chun Jan 2, 2010
  • Hi all, This is a patch to update combining character table from Unicode 5.2. I add these by eyes and hands, so there might be errors ;) --- work/vim72/src/mbyte.c.bak 2010-01-02 13:33:40.000000000 +0800 +++ work/vim72/src/mbyte.c 2010-01-02 18:33:49.000000000 +0800 @ -1976,35 +1976,64 @ /* sorted list of non-overlapping intervals */ static struct interval combining[] = { - {0x0300...
    Iông Chun Jan 2, 2010
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  • Hi Tony and list, I understand now. Characters ranged from U+0350 to U+0357, and from U+035D to U+035F, are added in Unicode 4.0. Characters ranged from U+0358 (which I used) to U+035C are added even later in Unicode 4.1. Check this from this docuent: http://www.unicode.org/Public/UNIDATA/DerivedAge.txt I use Vim version 7.2.323, its combining character table seems contain most of...
    Iông Chun Jan 2, 2010
  • Happy new year, everyone! I use Vim to edit an input method table these days, and find that it doesn't work well with one combining character, Unicode U+0358. Using g8 on "capital O with dot above right" shows "4f" only, and the dot is another character ("cd 98"). I look from the source to see how Vim check if a character is a combining character, and find the following code...
    Iông Chun Jan 1, 2010