Doug Ewell scripsit:
> I wonder why N-tilde and E-acute, but no other vowels with acute, are
> assigned in the GSM code. These characters are necessary for Spanish.
> There must have been some intent to support Spanish; otherwise the
> inverted question mark and inverted exclamation point would not have
> been encoded.
I think the e-acute vs. e-grave is to support French. Would it be
tolerable to render Spanish with graves in a highly limited repertoire?
If so, then that can be added to the French, Italian, Scandinavian
langs, and GREEK SHOUTING already supported.
John Cowan email@example.com
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--me, on far too many occasions
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