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Thomas Bushnell BSG scripsit: > I'm referring to all the associate Unicode-related standards as well. > Please don't standardize non-compliance with other standards. If a > Scheme system wants to comply with the UCA, then it should be able to > do so without violating the Scheme standard. SRFI-75 in no way prevents that. It simply says what string<? and its friends mean. You can still provide string-uca-simple<? and string-uca-locale<? if you want. > I believe that a sufficiently fancy Scheme implementation should be > allowed to treat canonically equivalent sequences identically. We > should not standardize in Scheme a differential treatment here. Same answer: you can provide string-nfd, string-nfc, string-nfkc, and string-nfkd if you want, and also the obvious composition of these functions with string<? and friends. -- John Cowan jcowan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx www.reutershealth.com www.ccil.org/~cowan Original line from The Warrior's Apprentice by Lois McMaster Bujold: "Only on Barrayar would pulling a loaded needler start a stampede toward one." English-to-Russian-to-English mangling thereof: "Only on Barrayar you risk to lose support instead of finding it when you threat with the charged weapon."