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Matthew Flatt <mflatt@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes: > A new draft of the SRFI is on the web page. Thanks a lot! With all the Unicode knowledge combined on this list, I think it would be worthwhile to focus on a single goal now: Find places in the proposal that either would make it difficult to implement a high-level Unicode API on top of it, or that would make it difficult for implementations to stick to ASCII. Just as an example, implementing a string API based on grapheme clusters (or abstract characters, which I think most people here mean) on top of codepoint vectors is not much of a problem. After we removed any such problems, we can focus on removing any remaining issue listed in the document. Greetings, -- Jorgen -- ((email . "forcer@xxxxxxxxx") (www . "http://www.forcix.cx/") (gpg . "1024D/028AF63C") (irc . "nick forcer on IRCnet"))