Re: ITP: libi18n-charset-perl
I checked the differences between the two version of Charset.pm and
the authors of wdg-html-validator have indeed modified this module.
The code is still the same but they've added some seven character
I'll ask the upstream author of I18N::Charset to add these sets to the
module (and explain the situation). In the mean time I'll add them to
the I18N::Charset module in my package so that my package doesn't harm
"Jaldhar H. Vyas" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I just uploaded libunicode-map8-perl a couple of days ago. Also my
> wdg-html-validator uses a private copy of I18N::Charset because the
> authors said they had modified it from the CPAN version. I didn't check
> to see if it was true. Would you like to look at that package and see if
> we can cooperate?
> On 25 May 1999, Ardo van Rangelrooij wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I intend to package the Perl module I18N::Charset. This module
> > provides a mapping from character set names to the names officially
> > registered with IANA. For example, 'Shift_JIS' is the official name
> > of 'x-sjis'.
> > It also maps character set names to Unicode::Map8 conversion scheme
> > names (if Unicode::Map8 is installed). For example, the Unicode::Map8
> > scheme name for 'windows-1251' is 'cp1251'.
Ardo van Rangelrooij
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