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Update uppercase lowercase to use UnicodeData.txt vs CaseFolding.txt #1611
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This is a long overdue update. After learning more on the subject of Unicode, it was apparent that using the UnicodeData was more appropriate than the CaseFolding file. We are in the process of improving the transformation code which is public at https://github.com/ekrich/scala-unicode and we can also easily update to newer versions of Unicode. Unicode 10.0.0 which is used in JDK11 has been transformed using the same code.
The encoding compression is as follows: