Re: Save text as unicode

On 2002.03.07 15:27:37 +0100 Carlos Morgado wrote:
> yes, you're right. i misread the problem.
> doesn't pango in gnome2 provide this ?
Pango is not needed. Iconv function is enough, and is in glibc.
And it is used by balsa for printing already.
AFAIK pango is for font rendering, and has nothing to do with files.
But, as Brian Stafford said, windows use UTF-16, and most unix 
applications UTF-8.
So it is not possible to have a text file which is read both by windows 
and linux applications.


Olaf Fraczyk 

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