On Tue, Jun 9, 2020 at 10:48 AM Tom Honermann via SG16 <sg16@lists.isocpp.org> wrote:

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The agenda for the meeting is:

This may be useful for an intermediate stage of the process of updating the wording:

Basic source character set:
set of abstract characters used for the description of source code for the purposes of this document

I think the "basic source character set" fails to be a "character set". I believe the elements of a character set are mappings of values to abstract characters.

re: Basic execution character set: I believe that these characters have some restrictions on their values and encoding. It would help to call these out with a note to the definition.

re: Execution character set: I have qualms about claiming representability of these in a char character literal. The term is intended to encompass abstract characters whose encoding is multibyte.

re: 3.1.2: You mean wchar_t?

re: wording, we should not remove the indication that the interpretation of character or string data is affected by locales.

The paper is not clear that the definitions section is intended to be considered wording. From a procedural point of view, this is a serious problem.

The terms should come from the ISO/IEC 10646 definition. The Unicode definitions fail to meet drafting requirements from the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2.