Re: Gnopernicus and ISO-Latin2 characters

Bill Haneman, le Thu 25 Aug 2005 11:41:47 +0100, a écrit :
> Your answer doesn't quite make sense.  Only the first 127 characters are 
> ASCII.  Depending on the conversions you use, different Latin characters 
> can be stored in the other 128 characters.

Yes, so read

« gnopernicus has utf-8 support for braille. The problem is that tables
contains entries for first 256 characters (the latin1 table) »

Brltty does only support 256 characters too, but since it doesn't
support unicode yet, these characters can be latin1/latin2/latin9/etc.,
brltty doesn't care, and it works.


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