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[bug-gnu-libiconv] Re: [PATCH] Converter for charset RK1048

From: Bruno Haible
Subject: [bug-gnu-libiconv] Re: [PATCH] Converter for charset RK1048
Date: Sat, 26 May 2007 01:58:45 +0200
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Timur Birsh wrote:
> RK1048 (STRK1048-2002) is official standard in my country -- Kazakhstan.
> And it's recently added to IANA registry with name KZ-1048. RK1048 is
> alias. Also glibc has locale kk_KZ.RK1048.

Thanks for these infos and the patch. I'm adding a patch nearly identical
to yours:

2007-05-25  Bruno Haible  <address@hidden>

        * tools/Makefile (ALL): Add rk1048.h.
        (rk1048.h): New rule.
        * lib/encodings.def: Add RK1048.
        * lib/rk1048.h: New file.
        * lib/converters.h: Include it.
        * README, man/iconv_open.3: Add RK1048.
        * NOTES: Mention RK1048.
        * tests/RK1048.TXT: New file.
        * tests/Makefile.in (check): Also test RK1048.
        Suggested by Timur Birsh <address@hidden>.

The difference to yours is that I also modify the tools/Makefile and NOTES 
and in encodings.def I list all aliases of the encoding, even the most stupid

With this encoding, the people of the Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan now have
three encodings to choose from: PT154, RK1048, and UTF-8. I can only
recommend to move to UTF-8 as soon as possible; otherwise interoperability
issues will prevail.


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