Changeset 30


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Mar 1, 2011, 2:32:43 AM (9 years ago)
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duerst@…
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applied patch52a.txt, addressing http://trac.tools.ietf.org/wg/iri/trac/ticket/52

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

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    269269<t hangText="UCS:">Universal Character Set. The coded character set
    270270    defined by ISO/IEC 10646 <xref target="ISO10646"/> and the Unicode
    271     Standard <xref target="UNIV4"/>.</t>
     271    Standard <xref target="UNIV6"/>.</t>
    272272   
    273273<t hangText="IRI reference:">Denotes the common usage of an
     
    947947ensures that bidirectional IRIs can be processed in the same way as
    948948other IRIs.</t> <t>Bidirectional IRIs MUST be rendered by using the
    949 Unicode Bidirectional Algorithm <xref target="UNIV4"/>, <xref
     949Unicode Bidirectional Algorithm <xref target="UNIV6"/>, <xref
    950950target="UNI9"/>.  Bidirectional IRIs MUST be rendered in the same way
    951951as they would be if they were in a left-to-right embedding; i.e., as
     
    13761376<section title="Character Normalization" anchor="normalization">
    13771377
    1378 <t>The Unicode Standard <xref target="UNIV4"></xref> defines various
     1378<t>The Unicode Standard <xref target="UNIV6"></xref> defines various
    13791379equivalences between sequences of characters for various
    13801380purposes. Unicode Standard Annex #15 <xref target="UTR15"></xref>
     
    14151415<t>The former uses precombined e-acute characters, and the latter uses
    14161416"e" characters followed by combining acute accents. Both usages are
    1417 defined as canonically equivalent in <xref target="UNIV4"></xref>.</t>
     1417defined as canonically equivalent in <xref target="UNIV6"></xref>.</t>
    14181418
    14191419<t><list style="hanging">
     
    24982498&rfc5891;
    24992499
    2500 <reference anchor="UNIV4">
     2500<reference anchor="UNIV6">
    25012501<front>
    2502 <title>The Unicode Standard, Version 5.1.0, defined by: The Unicode Standard,
    2503 Version 5.0 (Boston, MA, Addison-Wesley, 2007. ISBN 0-321-48091-0),
    2504 as amended by Unicode 4.1.0 (http://www.unicode.org/versions/Unicode5.1.0/)</title>
     2502<title>The Unicode Standard, Version 6.0.0 (Mountain View, CA, The Unicode Consortium, 2011, ISBN 978-1-936213-01-6)</title>
    25052503<author><organization>The Unicode Consortium</organization></author>
    2506 <date year="2008" month="April"/>
     2504<date year="2010" month="October"/>
    25072505</front>
    25082506</reference>
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