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From: Janek Kozicki (janek.listy.mailowe_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-08-24 15:47:54

Peter Dimov via Boost said: (by the date of Mon, 24 Aug 2020 17:10:48 +0300)

> Either way, if we go with the strict interpretation and decide that
> {0x0028, 0x0029, bidi_bracket_type::open},
> {0x0029, 0x0028, bidi_bracket_type::close},
> {0x005B, 0x005D, bidi_bracket_type::open},
> {0x005D, 0x005B, bidi_bracket_type::close},
> {0x007B, 0x007D, bidi_bracket_type::open},
> {0x007D, 0x007B, bidi_bracket_type::close},
> is a derived work of a Unicode data file, I see no way of ever having a
> Unicode library in Boost.

There are debian packages available which support UTF-8 encoding,
conversion etc. Debian has rather strict license requirements. These
packages wouldn't be possible if the code numbers of UTF code glyphs
weren't publicly accessible.

Also there are many online UTF-8 databases.

# Janek Kozicki                    

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