From: Doug Ewell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Nov 02 2002 - 20:42:12 EST
Tex Texin <tex at i18nguy dot com> wrote:
> However, I didn't realize that parsers were to allow for the
> possibility of different signatures.
> So a parser has to worry about scsu signatures, etc....
A parser only *has* to read UTF-8 without signature and UTF-16 with
signature. It *may* read other encodings of its own choosing, including
ISO 8859-1, SCSU, JOECODE, or US-BSCII. (However, I can't find anything
that allows for SCSU with signature, which is a shame since UTS #6
encourages the signature.)
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