Re: location of UnicodeData.txt
Jim Penny <email@example.com> writes:
> Now, where in the Unicode license does it give you permission to create
> derivative works? The license does say "Information can be extracted
> from these files...". Oh, and you have to provide "an accompanying notice
> indicating the source".
> The license does not say that any of the information in files provided
> by the Unicode Consortium can be modified (except by "extraction").
> This makes it fail DSFG guideline 3.
What about the null extraction, done by using the extraction tool