CLDR Ticket #5710(accepted data)
review collation rules with [before n]
|Reported by:||markus||Owned by:||markus|
Review collation rules that tailor before some character.
For example, Danish has &[before 1]ǀ<æ<<<Æ<<ä<<<Ä... putting æ, ä and other characters primary-before U+01C0 -- that is, between U+0296 inverted glottal stop and U+01C0 dental click. What is so special about the inverted glottal stop and the dental click for Danish? U+01C0 is not even the last Latin character (see http://www.unicode.org/charts/collation/).
Probably some rules like this can just as well tailor after some character which would be a little easier to understand. Maybe this one wants to tailor after [last Latn] once we have that syntax, or maybe there is a better Latin character to tailor to.
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