From: Eric Muller (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Jul 10 2005 - 18:22:40 CDT
Werner LEMBERG wrote:
> Where can I find
>the canonical, official mappings?
The JIS X 0213 standard includes a complete mapping to Unicode. You can
(could?) find it online:
JIS X 0213:2004 is available online: go to http://www.jisc.go.jp/;
click on the blue button labeled “JIS” in the Search section; enter
“JIS X 0213” in the third input box; click on the attached button;
select JIS X 0213 in the resulting list. The first PDF is about the
changes in :2004, the others are actually :2000. (By the way, JIS X
0208:1997 and JIS X 0212:1990 are also available at the same location.)
(if somebody tries this and the intructions are no longer valid, please
let me know).
Unfortunately, I am not aware of any official, machine readable file.
>Assuming that national
>organizations like JIS or KS provide this information, wouldn't it be
>a good idea to provide those mappings from the Unicode site too?
The problem is for somebody to create a machine readable version.
Otherwise, I am all for it!
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