Re: Bug#160284: ITP: po-debconf -- Manage translated Debconf templates files with gettext
On Wed, Sep 11, 2002 at 03:20:07PM +0900, Junichi Uekawa wrote:
> That's kinda workable.
> ja.po files don't have multiple encodings in a single file anyway.
Yeah, but the files being generated would.
> UTF-8 is not a one-to-one match with EUC-JP.
"For exceptions problem, Unicode doesn't have additional problems against
CJK national standards, because of "round-trip conversion compatibility"
(or "source separation") principle of Unicode. This principle is that
variants which are separated and have different codepoints in a CJK
local standard will also be separated and have different codepoints in
I'm not understanding the problem. As I understand it, any failure to
round-trip completely is a bug. If both translator and user are in
EUC-JP, they should get the same thing. (If one or the other is in
UTF-8, the text is being converted anyway, so this doesn't matter.)
Could you elaborate?