Commit Diff
Diff:
59b2344e6fdc6b2780f85c2e1951cf27e193bd41
a24289b534e2c9d3be47e2adde3dc151c7432941
Commit:
a24289b534e2c9d3be47e2adde3dc151c7432941
Tree:
f81f208700e151c119d1a8c5b7f506de7b11d155
Author:
Omar Polo <op@omarpolo.com>
Date:
Thu May 19 08:15:29 2022 UTC
Message:
typo
commit - 59b2344e6fdc6b2780f85c2e1951cf27e193bd41
commit + a24289b534e2c9d3be47e2adde3dc151c7432941
blob - 5389e8cc921278dc8e97c46a1a42547b0564f70c
blob + 8e6dd746aea8a63e569114dfec05728e7205b391
--- u/utf8.c
+++ u/utf8.c
@@ -228,7 +228,7 @@ utf8_prev_cp(const char *start, const char *base)
/*
* XXX: This is not correct. There are codepoints classified as
* "emoji", but these can be joined toghether to form more complex
- * emoji. There is an ufficial list of what these valid combinations
+ * emoji. There is an official list of what these valid combinations
* are, but it would require a costly lookup (a trie can be used to
* reduce the times, but...). The following approach is conceptually
* simpler: if there is a sequence of "emoji codepoints" (or ZWS) and
Omar Polo