Re[2]: postprocessing filter for archive files

1999-12-15 20:43:09
Consider tcs and cjkvconv at

Quote: tcs is the source to an ANSI C program which converts between a variety 
of international encoding formats. Of interest, it converts between the various 
Japanese encodings, UNICODE 1.0 and UTF-8 (a Variable length, ascii-clean 
version of Unicode used under Plan-9 and supported in Java). is the main program compiled (by Peter de Vries) to run under 
Windows NT & 95. 
Ken Lunde's Perl utility to convert between a myriad of East Asian
codesets, including Unicode. 
cjkvconv.inf A little information The Perl program (with a huge code table included) 

Earl Hood <ehood(_at_)hydra(_dot_)acs(_dot_)uci(_dot_)edu> said:

UTF8 support should become standard in Perl soon.  The text/plain
filter could be modified to support translation into UTF8.  I am
unsure if there will be a standard set of charset->UTF8 converters.

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