From: Dom Lachowicz (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Mar 06 2003 - 15:34:17 EST
1) I was referring that Aspell/Pspell supports UTF-8
encoded strings as inputs and outputs to its library
2) Discussions about this sort of stuff don't belong
on the AbiWord-devel list, but on the Aspell-devel
list. Talk to Kevin Atkinson.
--- Raphael Finkel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Their Todo list is outdated and needs updating. I
> > aspell 0.50.3 and it works just fine with German,
> > English, Dutch, and Danish.
> There is no utf-8.dat file or unicode.dat file. If
> I grab someone else's
> unicode.dat file, it appears to refer to UCS-2. If
> I build a UCS-2 word list
> and try to build a "main word list" using
> aspell --lang=yi create master ./yibase <
> I get a segfault if I use unicode (that is, UCS-2).
> The English, Danish, and German files from
> http://aspell.net are explicitly
> encoded in charset iso8859-1. There is no Dutch
> file there.
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