Add Hangul jamo representation for Hangul Syllables on KDE kcharselect

Review Request #129943 - Created Feb. 12, 2017 and submitted

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DaeHyun Sung
kwidgetsaddons
master
Reviewers
kdeframeworks
cfeck, hein

Add Hangul jamo representation for Hangul Syllables on KDE kcharselect

[Proposal, Enhancement] Add Hangul jamo representation for Hangul Syllables on KDE kcharselect

This is not bug, but I think that feature enhance KDE kcharselect for Korean learners and Korean users.

I add new feature, “Add Hangul jamo representation for selected Hangul Syllables features on KDE kcharselect”

Hangul elements are commonly referred to as jamo(??/??), meaning “alphabet”

Korean has special term for the jamo that are used to construct hangul syllable, depending on where in the syllable they appear:
- Choseong(??/??) for the initial sound, usually a consonant
- Jungseong(??/??) for the middle sound, usually a vowel
- Jongseong(??/??) for the final sound, usually a consonant

Examples of Canonical Equivalence
Hangul & conjoining jamo ? ? ? +?

Hangul syllables are the characters that are used to express contemporary Korean texts in writing.

KDE kcharselect canonical decomposition Notation not appear Hangul jamo for Selected Hangul syllable.
so I add “Hangul jamo names and representation for selected hangul syllable” feature on KDE kcharselect.
example)
Hangul Syllable decomposition:

  • ? U+1100 HANGUL CHOSEONG KIYEOK
  • ? U+1161 HANGUL JUNGSEONG A

ex1) Decomposition of hangul syllable
Unicode codepoint: U+AC00
Hangul(??) ‘?’
jamo(??/??): ? plus ?
choseong(??/??): ? (codepoint: U+1100)
jungseong(??/??): ?(codepoint: U+1161)

Selected Hangul syllable ‘?’(U+AC00)
TO-BE
Hangul Syllable decomposition:

  • ? U+1100 HANGUL CHOSEONG KIYEOK
  • ? U+1161 HANGUL JUNGSEONG A

ex2) Decomposition of hangul syllable
Unicode code point: U+AC01
Hangul(??) ‘?’
jamo(??/??): ‘?’ plus ‘?’ plus ‘?’
choseong(??/??):? (codepoint: U+1100)
jungseong(??/??):?(codepoint: U+1161)
jongseong(??/??):? (codepoint: U+11A8)

Selected Hangul syllable ‘?’(U+AC01)
TO-BE
Hangul Syllable decomposition:

  • ? U+1100 HANGUL CHOSEONG KIYEOK
  • ? U+1161 HANGUL JUNGSEONG A
  • ? U+11A8 HANGUL JONGSEONG KIYEOK

ex3) Decomposition of hangul syllable
Unicode code point: U+C633
Hangul(??) ‘?’
jamo(??/??): ‘?’ plus ‘?’ plus ‘?’
choseong(??/??):? (codepoint: U+110B)
jungseong(??/??):?(codepoint: U+1169)
jongseong(??/??):? (codepoint: U+11B6)

Selected Hangul syllable ‘?’ (U+C633)
TO-BE
Hangul Syllable decomposition:

  • ? U+110B HANGUL CHOSEONG IEUNG
  • ? U+1169 HANGUL JUNGSEONG O
  • ? U+11B6 HANGUL JONGSEONG RIEUL-HIEUH

Reference
KS X 1026-1:2007 Information Technology - Universal Multiple-Octet Coded Character Set(UCS) - Hangul
Part1 Hangul processing guide for information interchanges
http://std.dkuug.dk/jtc1/sc2/wg2/docs/n3422.pdf

Unicode Normalization forms http://unicode.org/reports/tr15/
Unicode Normalization forms #14.1.4. Hangul Decomposition and Composition http://unicode.org/reports/tr15/#Hangul_Composition
Hangul Jamo (Range: U+1100-U+11FF) http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1100.pdf
Hangul Syllables (Range: U+AC00-U+D7AF) http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/UAC00.pdf


  
DaeHyun Sung
Review request changed

Status: Closed (submitted)

Change Summary:

Submitted with commit d5afd98cb6fbe743d6fdf75770aef13a5c6194b8 by Christoph Feck on behalf of DaeHyun Sung to branch master.
Christoph Feck
Thanks, I committed the patch with minor some changes.
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