From: Edward H. Trager (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Aug 19 2005 - 09:07:24 CDT
> >>On windows, the easiest thing to do is install cygwin, which comes with
> >>a command line iconv implementation. http://www.cygwin.com/
Gaspar Sinai's Unicode editor Yudit (http://www.yudit.org) also comes with a command-line utility called
"uniconv" which is as easy to use as GNU's iconv. Windows binaries of Yudit
are now available in addition to the *nix source code packages: see http://yudit.org/download/binary/ .
Installing Yudit will take less time than installing Cygwin (installation of Cygwin is equivalent
to installing a nearly complete Unix subsystem on top of Windows whereas Yudit is just a single program).
Yudit is also such a useful Unicode editor that it is well worth taking a look at anyway.
Examples of using both GNU iconv and Yudit uniconv can be viewed at:
- Ed Trager
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