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Re: [DDTP] Japanese encoding (Re: [DDTP] French encoding?)


It seems to me that DDTP database *was* UTF-8. 
You mean that is wrong right? 

We need to investigate Japanese encoding in DDTP database.
# Who can do it?

Before etch, Japanese translator use EUC-JP encoding. And
DDTP database stored EUC-JP encoding Japanese messages.

Junichi's objection:
if nobody convert Japanese message(EUC-JP) in DDTP database,
My proposal does not work.

I wish that is right answer to you. Junichi.


On Sat, 18 Aug 2007 10:25:32 +0900
Junichi Uekawa <dancer@netfort.gr.jp> wrote:

> > I report to you that Japanese debian people transition default encoding.
> > Japanse people transtion ja_JP.utf8 in Etch.
> > If you doubt, please ask Japanse Debian developers.
> > 
> > 
> > (1) Please change Japanses encoding from eucJP to utf8
> > 
> > Wrong   :   $charset{'ja'}="euc-jp";
> > Correct :   $charset{'ja'}="utf8"; or just delete right?
> Is this correct ?
> Translator's view: EUC-JP is fine.
> Apt's view: apt requires utf-8 Packages.gz
> The problem is that DDTP feeds apt with EUC-JP encoded file whereas
> APT now expects UTF-8 and tries to iconv from there.

Yukiharu Yabuki                                I use Debian GNU/Linux
mail: yabuki@netfort.gr.jp

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