Is there some Unicode standard around transliteration?
As far as I know transliteration is very language specific - for example
Russian is transliterated differently when embedded in an English text vs a
> Wiadomość napisana przez Nicolas Goy <k...@goyman.com> w dniu 12.02.2018, o
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> String.normalize should support NFKC and NFKD unicode normalization format.
> Reference: https://www.unicode.org/reports/tr15/
> Those are particularly useful to generate "machine identifiers" from user
> input, like usernames.
> The second part (which is independent but related), is support for unicode
> Basically, this is a "non destructive" unicode->ascii conversion.
> There is a library doing it in elixir
> Also some discussion on the forum:
> My thinking is that all those libraries are doing it a bit differently,
> because, well, unicode is hard.
> And with unicode being so hard, I think it should be implemented at the
> language level (or in a core library) to be done right and supported.
> It might not matters much for English readers, but for other languages, it is
> something you will implement eventually, often poorly.
> Some references:
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