International Programming with MacOS X - A Case Study- Mozilla
Frank Yung-Fong Tang - Netscape Communications
Mozilla is an Unicode based Internet application suite. This paper described how we take the advantage of the new MacOS X Unicode based API to implement international functionality. Topic include the following:
The paper will also discuss our plan for future enhancement, including
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