>Btw, didn't we agree to use just UTF-7 and UTF-8 instead of the more
>laborious UNICODE-2-0-UTF-7 and UNICODE-2-0-UTF-8?
Yes, but I guess it takes time to propagate. "UTF-7" was only just
submitted for registration a month or two ago, and I haven't even gotten
confirmation yet that it was registered.
International, Text, and Graphics Group
Apple Computer, Inc.
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