Juliusz Chroboczek <email@example.com>:
> Chris Pratley <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> CP> This is what prompted this thread initially - I am bewildered by
> CP> the lack of progress of Unicode support on non-Windows platforms
> CP> (Mac is doing fine, but Unix is the laggard).
> This is just not true. Netscape for X11 has supported Unicode...
> Lynx has supported mapping Unicode ...
> CDE's dtterm and the Linux console have supported UTF-8 for ages...
> XTerm for over a year now...
Let us not forget Kermit :-)
It supports conversion to and from Unicode as part of the file transfer
process, as well as in terminal emulation, and also conversion of local
files between Unicode and dozens of other sets. Including CP1252 :-)
And it can do this not only for Unix, but also VMS, VOS, AOS/VS, Plan 9,
OS-9, OS/2, and... Windows.
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