Le 6 déc. 03, à 09:20, SADAHIRO Tomoyuki a écrit :
The syntax of collation customization (tailoring) in ICU
is character-based and may be more intuitive:
"[backwards 2]&A << \u00e6/e <<< \u00c6/E"
"&N < n\u0303 <<< N\u0303"
"&C < ch <<< Ch <<< CH"
"&l < ll <<< Ll <<< LL"
However Unicode::Collate also allows linguistic tailoring.
Certainly its interface requires hard code of weights and
may be less user-friendly.
That rocks. It is the answer to my original post which started this
Thank you much.