Re: [xml] encoding, SAX callbacks
- From: winterlion <winterlion fsj net>
- To: <xml rpmfind net>
- Subject: Re: [xml] encoding, SAX callbacks
- Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2001 22:25:19 -0800 (PST)
On Sat, 24 Feb 2001, Peter Jacobi wrote:
So, still nobody has presented a valid use case for "callbacks in the
encoding of the source document".
Oh, that's easy. There's characters in Big5 and EUC (if I remember
correctly) that don't exist in UCS...
Although since both Japan and China are moving to Unicode and other
languages are pretty much fully supported it's kind of a nonissue.
Incidentally I've got for converting different code forms. It got too
bulky at ~1mb of sourcecode, so I just use iconv() (which was more
accurate than mine :) when necessary or just work entirely in UTF/UCS4...
G'day, eh? :)
(and explaining from your -source- is what's needed to prove this. I'm
afraid unless you can prove that UTF8 -isn't- a valid encoding for your
app it's not a libxml issue. And claiming lazyness isn't the solution...)
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