Is CSX the best solution?

Dominik Wujastyk ucgadkw at
Thu Oct 19 10:53:56 UTC 1995


> Why go through the keyboard or phonetic interfaces?

The point is to be able to do scholarly work in transliteration, and
also to have a standard for text exchange and archiving.  The CSX
standard is *not* primarily aimed at text representation, although it
can function in that capacity too, of course.

> I designed and a new york publisher has brought out a CD-ROM with 1500+
> fonts for all South asian language scripts incuding Sanskrit. The design
> features are:
> ANSI character set for all the glyphs required.

I don't understand.  There is no ANSI definition for South Asian scripts.


Dominik Wujastyk,


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