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Re: [ddlm-group] options/text vs binary/end-of-line. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .

I, too, think James’s is an excellent idea.  Simon is right that adopting direct expression of Unicode (or any on-ASCII) characters in CIF is a fundamental change with many impacts and implications.  I look forward to James's summary.


On Friday, June 25, 2010 7:26 AM, SIMON WESTRIP wrote:

>I think this is a very good idea.
>The more we discuss this issue, the more I realize just how fundamental this proposed change is.


[In response to
From: James Hester <jamesrhester@gmail.com>
Sent: Friday, 25 June, 2010 3:47:22 ]

>>I don't think we are quite going around in circles; but it is very
>>time-consuming exploring every point that is made to determine its
>>value and relevance.  Such methodical work can be done in a more
>>considered fashion by email, or even better with a wiki page.  To that
>>end, I plan to collect together a summary of all the points of view
>>that have been expressed so far, as a basis for further discussion.


John C. Bollinger, Ph.D.
Department of Structural Biology
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

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