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Programming Languages, IDEs

  • Ada 95
  • CLISP Common Lisp, version 2000-03-00
    An implementation of the Common Lisp language with useful information about Encoding
  • Eclipse
  • Euphoria
  • GAWK
  • Java programming language
  • JavaScript (ECMAScript)
  • IBM APL2
  • Lingscape Multilanguage Designer/Suite
  • Microsoft VJ++, Visual Studio, Visual Basic
  • oXygen XML editor version 1.2, an XML editor in Java, supports XML, XSD, XSL and DTD. Offers validation for XML, XSD, DTD and XSL. Features XSLT transformation, Unicode support, FOP support, browser preview, automatic DTD generation, syntax highlight and code insight.
  • Perl started to support Unicode in release 5.6, but the release 5.8.0 (or later) is recommended for robust Unicode support. Perl is available for several platforms.
  • Python by Python Software Foundation is an open-source object-oriented programming language. Unicode support was added in version 1.6 and is being maintained in all later versions. The current version is Python 2.4 which support for large numbers of encoding conversions.
  • Quex - Lexical Analyzer Generator Tool
    This tool generates lexical analyzers for C++ and can interpret many different character encodings. It allows pattern definitions in terms of Unicode Character Properties. The software relies directly on databases as they are released from the Unicode Consortium. Also, it allows to query the database in order to facilitate the design of regular expressions.
  • REALBasic 2007 Release 4  is a rapid application development environment that enables developers to create high-quality, native software for Windows, Mac and Linux. REALbasic is used to create all types of applications, including database clients, commercial software, custom business solutions, educational products, and more. In fact, REALbasic itself is written in REALbasic.
  •  Ruby is a dynamic, fully object-oriented open source programming language. Ruby started supporting Unicode in 1999. Moving from Ruby 1.8 to Ruby 1.9, support has been considerably strengthened.
  •  Ruby on Rails is an open-source web framework optimized for programmer happiness and sustainable productivity. Ruby on Rails uses Unicode out of the box.
  • SoftQuad XMetaL 2.1
  • Tcl 8.1+ contains transparent support for Unicode and supports most major encodings. Tk also has full support for displaying Unicode across platforms, including support for Windows IME and Unix XIM in 8.3+.
  • UniEdit DLL
  • Up ! Application System version 1.2  - Application system to consolidate the information system of the firm. Available for Mac Os, Unix and Windows.
  • xmlBlueprint XML Editor version 2.2 - The fast, easy to use XML editor for Windows developers.
    xmlBlueprint makes editing XML faster, easier, and more enjoyable. Features include: Unicode aware text editing; validation of any DTD, XML Schema or XML Document against its DTD or XML Schema; XML layout tidying; real-time XML coloring; context-sensitive XML dropdown tips; identification of XML dialects by their namespace; XML tree explorer; unlimited undo/redo.
  • Zaval Creative Engineering Group Java Resource Editor, v1.1


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