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Re: [idn] URL encoding in html page
> > Agrees, the design of how UTF-8 encodes and decodes can be expanded to
> > support more bits... so that's why UTF8 should be reasonable to be the
> > term solution for designing i18n applications, including IDN...
> Please, everybody, read the definition of UTF-8 before making these
> claims that it supports an encoding structure wider than 31 bits. (And
> please read the statements of WG2 and Unicode concerning expansion
> beyond U+10FFFD.)
> UTF-8 seems to have taken on a mystical quality whereby it can now
> provide food for the starving, shelter for the homeless, etc.
The word "EXPAND" here means it can be extended or modify to cope with
future requirements over the limits now... i didn't say that it is "READY"
to support more... any one that reads carefully show see the words "can be
expanded" and not "can be able" : )