Hi Koki, "Koki" <koki@xxxxxxxx> wrote: > # Accents and other diacritical marks > > As I understand it, in Spanish accents and other diacritical marks > only > have phonetical value, and therefore should have no effect whatsoever > on sorting. But they have; usually, words without an accent come first when they are equal in the primary differences. > # Special characters CH and LL > > As someone else has already pointed out, there is the old and new > schools. I think the user should be able to switch between > "traditional > sort" and "modern sort". In the former, CH and LL are considered > separate characters on their own, and in the latter the opposite is > the > case, and sorting should be done based on the user's sort selection. > This would be the Right Way to Do It(tm). :-) We will initially provide the new/current/modern way of the collation, but it'll be very easy to extend that - and the user would have the choice, that part is already planned. > # Letter Ñ (enye) > > This letter is unique to Spanish (as far as I know, but I may be > wrong), and stands between the letters "n" and "o", and should > therefor > affect sorting accordingly. Right (not sure about the uniqueness part, but the sort order is like that in Spanish). Bye, Axel.