[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Re: hkscs

On Tue, May 30, 2000 at 11:22:10AM -0400, Thomas Chan wrote:
> Hi all,
> Looks like Roger So's work on the HK locale is just in time...

*blush* oops ... my work is in fact 5 months overdue ... it started
way back in January -_-;

Seems like I'd have to do some more work this weekend :p
(the code is sitting on my hard disk, just needs to be cleaned up and
 packaged.  I have been using it for 5 months, so you can say it's
 tested :p)

> See the Microsoft HK link below (only a week old); looks like they have
> font and input methods--I haven't taken a look at them yet.

If I haven't been so lazy we'd have beaten them by a couple of months..
in fact it was "nearly" demoed at Linuxworld HK ...

Actually, IIRC, someone mentioned this very same subject in 
netscape.public.mozilla.i18n way back in January .. I think the
the Mozilla team was then concerned with whether HKSCS is a widely
accepted and used standard.  Not sure what happened then since.

> Thomas Chan
> tc31@cornell.edu
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Microsft has already released support for HKSCS, you can visit web site
> http://www.microsoft.com/hk/hkscs for details.

>From the READMEs available there, it seems they are having lots of 
problems with how their own applications (Office2K) use Unicode...

I haven't been able to have a look at the "Technical White Paper" yet,
which, of course, is in Word97 .doc format...

Thanks for the info,

  Roger So                                            telnet://e-fever.org
  spacehunt at e-fever dot org                          SysOp, e-Fever BBS
  GnuPG  1024D/98FAA0AD  F2C3 4136 8FB1 7502 0C0C 01B1 0E59 37AC 98FA A0AD

| This message was re-posted from debian-chinese@lists.debian.org
| and converted from big5 to gb2312 by an automatic gateway.

Reply to: