On Wed, 5 Feb 1997, Misha Wolf wrote:
> Rob Pike wrote:
> >I believe what you're supposed
> >to say is charset=UNICODE-1-1-UTF-8.
> Both MS and NS have recently moved to "UTF-8".
Rob - Maybe you are assuming that UTF-8 is a general method to
encode 4-byte quantities. This is not the case. UTF stands
for UCS transfer (or transform or whatever) format. And
UCS is the Universal Character Set, aka UNicode/ISO 10646.
Also please note that RFC 2044 defines the "charset" tag UTF-8.
However, there is one problem in that draft (due to the slow
RFC process last year), namely that RFC 2044 is written relative
to Unicode 1.1, whereas everyone agrees that "UTF-8" indeed should
be used for Unicode 2.0 and upwards.
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