CSets 1.8 released

From: Mark Leisher (mleisher@crl.NMSU.Edu)
Date: Wed May 04 2005 - 13:04:00 CDT

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    It has been quite a while, but the latest version of CSets is now available
    with a couple additions.

    CSets is a collection of mapping tables between Unicode and 48 different
    character encodings. These are encodings that are generally unlikely to end up
    in character set conversion programs such as iconv, but are useful for those
    who deal with text in obscure encodings.

    I am always interested in collecting other mapping tables for character
    encodings that one might encounter and are not supported in the commonly used
    character set conversion tools, so please feel free to forward relevant


    Mark Leisher
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