Michael Paquier wrote on 21.06.2022 02:11:
> On Mon, Jun 20, 2022 at 10:37:57AM +0200, Przemysław Sztoch wrote:
>> But ligature check is performed on combining_ids (result of translation),
>> not on base codepoint.
>> Without it, you will get assertions in get_plain_letters.
> Hmm. I am wondering if we could make the whole logic a bit more
> intuitive here. The loop that builds the set of mappings gets now
> much more complicated with the addition of the categories beginning by
> N for the numbers, and that's mostly the same set of checks as the
> ones applied for T.
I'm sorry, but I can't correct this condition.
I have tried, but there are further exceptions and errors.
>> However, the current Latin-ASCII.xml suggests a conversion to x.
>> I found an open discussion on the internet about this and the suggestion
>> that the Latin-ASCII.xml file should be corrected for this letter.
>> But I wouldn't expect that Unicode makes the revised Latin-ASCII.xml quickly
>> into the official repo.
> Yeah, Latin-ASCII.xml is getting it wrong here, then. unaccent
> fetches the thing from this URL currently:
> Could it be better to handle that as an exception in
> generate_unaccent_rules.py, documenting why we are doing it this way
> then? My concern is somebody re-running the script without noticing
> this exception, and the set of rules would be blindly, and
> incorrectly, updated.
I replaced python set with python dictionary.
It resolve problem with duplicated entry.
I left the conversion to "x". It was like that before and I leave it as
The conversion to "x" is probably due to the phonetic interpretation of
If they correct the Latin-ASCII.xml file, it will change.
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