From: Lokesh Joshi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Feb 17 2005 - 12:44:28 CST
much before symbain also it has been there... most ofthe phones of
Motorola and Samsung work in Unciode space, yet the OS were not open
On Thu, 17 Feb 2005 10:26:06 -0800, Markus Scherer
> Ted Kenney wrote:
> > --The prevalence of Unicode support in embedded
> > systems software tools, real-time operating systems
> > and the like;
> Unicode is the primary text processing encoding in Symbian, PocketPC/Windows CE, and Java.
> > --Whether there is a trend toward greater Unicode
> > support in this area; and
> Yes, as in every area.
> > --Product categories within embedded systems that
> > stand out for their lack of Unicode support.
> PalmOS 5 and lower, and Linux.
> (Linux APIs can be used with UTF-8, but the basic glibc/POSIX APIs don't do much of anything for
> Unicode and globalization support.)
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