From: Paul Rohr (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Apr 24 2002 - 01:42:28 EDT
At 11:35 PM 4/23/02 -0400, Havoc Pennington wrote:
>IIRC basically Pango uses grapheme boundaries as defined by the
>Unicode spec (I implemented all the horrible text boundary
>algorithms), and then allows language-specific engines to override.
>PangoLogAttr::is_cursor_position is the right flag I think.
Thanks for weighing in here. :-) One quick followup.
To help me understand your recommendation, could you confirm which set of
consistent character boundaries the Pango implementation targets?
Of the three alternatives described in the Unicode book, I think we've
started converging on a rough-but-not-overly-literate consensus that the
least preferable option (for us) would be handling atomic character
Or is that the kind of thing that Pango wants to do for us?
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