On 3/8/06, email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I have written the most complex Czech text file I could think of containing
the words Cesky and cesky - with hooks, that is, and saved it in UTF8
hmm, I wonder why C with a hook is called Ccaron in keymaps…
encoding as file utf8.txt.
Now, having installed Library No. 8 from http://www.yoshidam.net/Ruby.html
This is much smaller library than icu, and it could be useful for some
other text processing.
Thanks for the link.
But it is still a library one has to install in addition to Ruby. Some
people who install Debian won’t even have a compiler, and almost
nobody has a compiler on Windows.
Also note that unless you know the language you are processing you
cannot get correct upcase/downcase. For one, in most languages using
Latin letters I is uppercase form of i. But I heared that in Turkish
they use both I, I with dot, i, and i without dot. Consequently, I is
uppercase form of i without dot …
Support the freedom of music!
Maybe it’s a weird genre … but weird is not illegal.
Maybe next time they will send a special forces commando
to your picnic … because they think you are weird.