Am 1998-11-18 um 5:52 h hat Michael Flowers geschrieben:
> I was wondering if you had any information on converters of ISO-8859-6
> Arabic text over to UTF-8 encoding?
UniEdit (by OIT Humanities Computing Facility, Duke University) can import
text in many encodings, including ISO-8859-6; it can store text in several
UCS formats, including UTF-8. It also can edit bi-di text (user-interface
akin to Notepad).
It also comes with a wide range of command-line driven conversions, so you
can organize mass conversions via DOS Bat-files. These convert from about
100 different 8-bit codes, various multy-byte codes, and the UTFs to UCS-2
and vice versa; you can also define your own mappings.
For more info, cf. <http://www.lang.duke.edu/uniintro.htm>.
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