Changeset 109


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Timestamp:
Mar 13, 2012, 7:41:23 AM (8 years ago)
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adil@…
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Bump version number for next submission
take into account issues #116 and #117

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  • draft-ietf-iri-3987bis/draft-ietf-iri-bidi-guidelines.xml

    r101 r109  
    1616<?rfc compact='yes'?>
    1717<?rfc subcompact='no'?>
    18 <rfc ipr="pre5378Trust200902" docName="draft-ietf-iri-bidi-guidelines-01"
     18<rfc ipr="pre5378Trust200902" docName="draft-ietf-iri-bidi-guidelines-03"
    1919  category="bcp" xml:lang="en">
    2020  <front>
     
    7070      </address>
    7171    </author>
    72     <date year="2012" month="March" day="2"/>
     72    <date year="2012" month="March" day="13"/>
    7373    <area>Applications</area>
    7474    <workgroup>Internationalized Resource Identifiers (iri)</workgroup>
     
    9393        (called bidirectional IRIs or Bidi IRIs) require additional attention
    9494        because of the non-trivial relation between their logical and visual
    95         ordering. The logical order represents the order in which the characters
    96         are read and stored on computers. The visual order represents the order
    97         the characters are drawn on a computer display or printout in the way a
    98         human expects to read them.</t>
     95        ordering. The logical order represents the order in which characters are
     96        stored on computers and read by people. The visual order is the order in
     97        which the characters appear (or are expected to appear) on a computer
     98        display or printout.</t>
    9999      <t>Generally, alphabetic characters in scripts like Arabic and Hebrew are
    100100        drawn rtl while numbers are drawn ltr. Symbols, such as slash '/' and
     
    173173    <!-- visual -->
    174174    <section title="Bidi IRI Structure" anchor="bidi-structure">
    175       <t>The Unicode Bidirectional Algorithm is designed mainly for plain text.
    176         To make sure that it does not affect the rendering of Bidi IRIs outside
    177         of the requirements of this document, some restrictions on Bidi IRIs are
    178         necessary. These restrictions are given in terms of delimiters
     175      <t>The Unicode Bidirectional Algorithm is designed for general purpose
     176        text. To make sure that it does not affect the rendering of Bidi IRIs
     177        outside of the requirements of this document, some restrictions on Bidi
     178        IRIs are necessary. These restrictions are given in terms of delimiters
    179179        (structural characters, mostly punctuation such as "@", ".", ":", and
    180180        "/") and components (usually consisting mostly of letters and
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