IBM has an open-source package of C/C++ Unicode-enablement libraries called
International Components for Unicode (ICU). It includes Normalization as well as a lot of other features. Look at http://www10.software.ibm.com/developerworks/opensource/icu/
The CD-ROM with the new book has licensing language that allows the use of the Java code. The website has not yet been updated to add it. However, the Java code is not optimized, so for C/C++ I would recommend the ICU package above.
"Rogers, Paul" wrote:
> Hi, everyone,
> If this is an inappropriate use of this mailing list, apologies in advance.
> I was just wondering if anyone knew of any companies that provided/sold the
> subject libraries. C or C++ would be great. I see that at
> http://www.unicode.org/unicode/reports/tr15/Normalizer.html there is a
> Normalization demo. Is there a similar C/C++ library available?
> Alternatively, who could I contact to discuss grabbing the Java and porting
> Thanks for any/all help.
> --- Paul "Wheel reinvention-adverse" Rogers
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