Date: Wed Nov 26 2003 - 12:09:18 EST
> The whole point of such a tool would be to send binary data on a transport
> only allowed Unicode text. In practice, you'd also have to remap C0 and C1
> characters; but even then 0x00-0x1F -> U+0250-026F and 0x80-0x9F to
> wouldn't be too complex. Unless you've added a Unicode library to what could
> otherwise be coded in 4k, normalization would add a lot of complexity.
Use Base64 - it is stable through all normalisation forms.
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