[squeak-dev] The Inbox: Compiler-ct.473.mcz
drurowin at gmail.com
Fri May 6 15:44:02 UTC 2022
On Fri, May 6, 2022, 01:20 Tobias Pape <Das.Linux at gmx.de> wrote:
> But if we are not careful, that get complex quickly.
Mhmm. That's a problem with Unicode, though. I'm waiting for a selector #♯.
Is that a legacy selector, a unary selector, or a binary selector? (In case
it doesn't render in Inbox Talk, that's [MUSIC_SHARP_SIGN].)
Is אוסף2 ok? should the 2 go after the token?
I would say the 2 is the last character of the token, but I don't speak or
write Hebrew, so I don't know how you mix Arabic numbers and Hebrew
letters. Assuming it had markers, that doesn't break the rule.
This is even worse: אוסף: 2. It's a keyword selector, the 2 is the
argument, and the entire sequence is printed backwards. At least during
writing. Assuming it had markers, that breaks the rule.
(note that these hebrew characters do not even contain RTL/LTR markers)
That's funny. They were certainly RTL in the message body editor. I had the
most difficult time imaginable trying to add a line break for the comment,
and writing the backwards message send for this one.
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