Re: ANNOUNCE: fribidi-0.1.12



Kaixo!

On Sat, May 20, 2000 at 11:22:23PM +0300, dov@imagic.weizmann.ac.il wrote:

> In his message, Eli Marmor wrote,
> > According to the standards, LRM is 0xFD (and not 0xFE) and RLM is 0xFE
> > (and not 0xFF).
> 
> Thanks for the info! You left the ivrix meeting last month before my
> talk so I didn't get your input then.
 
> Btw, exactly which standard? Any URL's?

iso-8859-8 doesn't define that at all, period. (the rules of the iso-8859-*
series forbid to include that kind of info I think).

However, cp1255 ("Windows Hebrew") being a superset of iso-8859-8 (that
is anything in iso-8859-8 is in cp1255 at the same place, with the exception
of 0xa4 defined as 0x00a4 ins iso-8859-8 and defined as NewSheqel sign in
cp1255 (which is most useful btw)); then it makes a whole lot of sense when
you need to use something that is already in cp1255 to keep compatibility.
And in cp1255 those values 0xfd and 0xfe are used.

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Pablo Saratxaga

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