Last modified: 2006-06-04 00:26:55 UTC
Please take a look at
This bug report is about the coding of characters %D7%B1 and %D7%95%D7%99 .
See similar note about "precombined characters" versus "NON-precombined
bug 2399 comment 25 .
I am not shure if a "character normalisation" is required or not. However
compatibility should be asured between different ways of writing and support for
a large scale of browsers.
At some point this has also some inpact on search and google. This is not the
The first question is if
are *two* titles in the database or if these *point only to an identical title*.
Impacts if this can not be fixed:
- because of different ways of coding it might be necessary to make redirects
from all these variants
- making these redirects "manualy" is a source of errors (it might not be
Best regards Reinhardt [[user:gangleri]]
These are distinct characters:
U+05F1 HEBREW LIGATURE YIDDISH VAV YOD
U+05D5 HEBREW LETTER VAV
U+05D9 HEBREW LETTER YOD
The Unicode database does not define a canonical decomposition for U+05F1.
They are different pages in the wiki.
Thank you Brion for the answer.
http://yi.wiktionary.org/wiki/Category:%D7%95%D7%95 is a category of
"misspelled" redirects for titles where two VAV's
are used. I understand that the character
should be used
I inserted the "misspelled" redirects because they are frequent forms used on
the internet beside many many others
I need more time to think about what to do
Best regards Reinhardt user:gangleri