>> Why do you believe so?
> Unicode/Makefile includes that:
> euc-jis-2004-std.txt sjis-0213-2004-std.txt:
>         $(DOWNLOAD) http://x0213.org/codetable/$(@F)
> So those files ought to be downloaded when rebuilding the maps, and
> they should not be in the tree. In short, I think that Horiguchi-san
> is right. On top of the two pointed out by Horiguchi-san,
> gb-18030-2000.xml should not be in the tree.

I think we should keep the original .txt files because:

- It allows to track the changes in the original file if we decide to
  change the map files.

- The site http://x0213.org/ may disappear in the future. If that
  happens, we will lose track data how we create the map files.

I believe we'd better to follow the same way how src/timezone keeps
the original timezone data.

Above reasoning will not valid if we have a way to reconstruct the
original txt files from the map files, I doubt it's worth the
trouble to create such tools however.

Best regards,
Tatsuo Ishii
SRA OSS, Inc. Japan
English: http://www.sraoss.co.jp/index_en.php

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