Add collation test to verify that specific characters are present in zh stroke & pinyin
Some recent issues in the tools that process Unihan data to generate CLDR collation/zh.xml and transforms/Han-Latin.xml have occasionally resulted in certain basic characters going missing from the stroke and pinyin collations and from the Han-Latin transform, see https://unicode.org/cldr/trac/ticket/10497.
Often these are basic characters (in the 4E00-9FFF block) that are similar to radicals in the CJK radicals block (2E80-2EFF).
This ticket is to add a sanity check test that at least some of these characters are present in the CJK stoke and pinyin collations. For example:
Yeah, the CLDR process is different, I was using that, sorry
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Trac Comment 1 by —2018-05-23T18:23:09.018Z
Add lines to data driven collation test