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These are in Noto CJK. I haven't checked but I believe these share the same CJK fixed width. We do have 'mono' versions of the CJK, which in this case means the Latin characters are monospace since the CJK characters are generally fixed-width.
However as a fallback it might not have the same advance width as the mono Latin font, so that doesn't help.
231C-F are in Noto Symbols. They are similar but not specifically quotes (and are not mirrored); if you're relying on some Perl behavior or package not under your control that probably doesn't help.
I expect if we add these to Mono (not currently scheduled) we'd want to add related variants as well (vertical variants, white versions). The full set would be 300C-F/FE41-4/FE62-3.
@moyogo Seems reasonable. The half-width characters likely require some repositioning, and we'd need to support bidi mirroring, so simply adding mappings to these to the cmap probably wouldn't suffice. Still it looks like a fairly straightforward change.
I'm not quite sure where development of the phase 3 Mono and LGC fonts stands. Requesting an addition at this stage might just delay a release drop, and we could apply changes post-drop. Jungshik's on vacation, but I'm still inclined to wait for him to weigh in.
I believe right now Mono is a subset of LGC, so I suspect we'd want to add them to LGC as well despite the overlap with CJK.