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Re: location of UnicodeData.txt

Jim Penny <jpenny@universal-fasteners.com> writes:

> OK, now, supposing that the unicode license is found to be non-DSFG
> free, and hence that UnicodeData.txt is non-free.
> Suppose a program implements either unicode collation, regular expressions, 
> or any of the other things mentioned above.
> (collation is at: http://www.unicode.org/unicode/reports/tr10/,
> regular expressions are at http://www.unicode.org/unicode/reports/tr18/)
> Can the program be in debian main?
> In other words, does the program "require ... non-free packages or
> packages which are not in our archive at all for ...  execution"?

1) I don't answer questions based on false hypotheticals.  It's not
   worth the time or energy.

2) Debian implements many non-free standards documents.  Why don't you
   see how we already handle this situation?

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