On 1 Feb 2013, at 14:47, Peter Landgren wrote:
The examle you give does use A with an accent and I think that should be sorted as A.
The letter after Z, should be Å. Which from the beginning (in the middelage) was written as AA.
It later became A with a small "o" above it.
Similiar with Ä and Ö. The two dots was originally "e".
So sort order ÅÄÖ in Swedish.
Å in UNICODE is U+00C5 and å is U+00E5
Å is used in Swedish, Danish and Norwegian with very similar pronounciation.
I'm not sure this helps, but note the difference between Á and Å, which can be hard to
to see with some fonts.
The example given was not supposed to be a real example, just to illustrate the problem.
If you want to relate my example to your Swedish sort order, then replace Á in my example with Å, and replace the first language sort ("Åndre, Arnot") with English sort order and the second sort ("Andrew, Arnot, Zulu, Åndre") with Swedish sort order.
Now, how do I determine the index heading entries?