Changeset 151


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Timestamp:
Oct 19, 2012, 9:13:09 PM (7 years ago)
Author:
duerst@…
Message:
  • added pointer to appendix about ASCII symbols
  • small typo fixes
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  • draft-ietf-iri-3987bis/draft-ietf-iri-bidi-guidelines.xml

    r150 r151  
    101101      <t>Generally, alphabetic characters in scripts like Arabic and Hebrew are
    102102        drawn rtl while numbers are drawn ltr. Symbols such as slash ('/') and
    103         period ('.') take their visual direction from the surrounding characters.</t>
     103        period ('.') take their visual direction from the surrounding characters.
     104        A list of all ASCII symbols with their bidirectional character type
     105        and their function in URIs and IRIs is given in <xref target="ASCIISymbols"/>.</t>
    104106      <t>Because of this complex interaction between the logical representation,
    105107        the visual representation, and the syntax of a Bidi IRI, a balance is
     
    184186        </list></t>
    185187      <t>Preceding and following the Bidi IRI with U+200E, LEFT-TO-RIGHT MARK
    186         (LRM). Is NOT RECOMMENDED as, there are cases where this may not be
     188        (LRM) is NOT RECOMMENDED as, there are cases where this may not be
    187189        sufficient to match full left to right embedding.</t>
    188190      <t>There is no requirement to use embedding if the display is still the
     
    197199        Hebrew) and is preceded and followed by whitespace and strong characters
    198200        does not need an embedding.</t>
    199       <t>However, Implementers are, RECOMMENDED to use embedding in all cases
     201      <t>However, implementers are RECOMMENDED to use embedding in all cases
    200202        where they are not completely sure that the display behavior is
    201203        unaffected without the embedding.</t>
     
    516518    &rfc3987;
    517519    </references>
    518     <section title='List of ASCII Symbols and their Bidirectional Character Types'>
     520    <section title='List of ASCII Symbols and their Bidirectional Character Types'  anchor="ASCIISymbols">
    519521      <t>To help understand the influence of various symbols on IRI display,
    520522        this appendix lists all of them, giving the character itself,
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