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Mon Jun 28 09:45:46 MST 2004
On Friday 25 June 2004 03:22 am, Chris Little wrote:
> Search the archives for the last time I answered this. Short recap:
> we're also maintaining project files for BCB, I don't have time ATM to
> get the files into shape for submission to ICU, and they probably would
> not be interested in all of them.
Actually, my question, which apparently you did not have time to read very
carefully mentioned the project files. I understand what the differences are
between the official ICU distribution and our sword-icu (or is it icu-sword I
can never remember). What I don't understand is why we maintain a separate
copy of ICU rather than submitting those files. OK, you don't have time
that's fine. I do. Point me at the docs and I'll get them into shape myself.
And so they probably won't accept all of them big deal. Is it really a great
loss if they won't accept the Tengwar transliterator? I mean really is there
a great need for people to read the Bible in elvish letters? Why must we have
an all or none attitude?
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