David Starner wrote:
> ... I've been working on my own UTF, privately dubbed
> ISO-2022-UTF. It does end up mapping 96-character planes to
> G0, but ISO-2022-JP-3 does it, and that's a MIME-legal charset.
Yuck. You should be severely reprimanded for even considering to develop
yet another one of these beasts.
No more UTFs!
At least please don't start mentioning your proprietary bit-twiddles in
public with the "UTF" acronym anywhere nearby.
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