casing: don’t assume letters are *either* upper- or lower-case (bug#24603)
A compatibility digraph characters, such as ǅ, are neither upper- nor lower-case. At the moment however, those are reported as upper-case¹ despite the fact that they change when upper-cased. Stop checking if a character is upper-case before trying to up-case it so that title-case characters are handled correctly. This fixes one of the issues mentioned in bug#24603. ¹ Because they change when converted to lower-case. Notice an asymmetry in that for a character to be considered lower-case it must not be upper-case (plus the usual condition of changing when upper-cased). * src/buffer.h (upcase1): Delete. (upcase): Change to upcase character unconditionally just like downcase does it. This is what upcase1 was. * src/casefiddle.c (casify_object, casify_region): Use upcase instead of upcase1 and don’t check !uppercasep(x) before calling upcase. * src/keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Don’t check if uppercase(x), just downcase(x) and see if it changed. * test/src/casefiddle-tests.el (casefiddle-tests--characters, casefiddle-tests-casing): Update test cases which are now passing.
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