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SubjectRe: New Solaris 7 features
According to Mathew G Monroe:
> Excerpts from internet.computing.linux-kernel: 11-Nov-98 Re: New Solaris
> > What could Unicode have to do with the kernel? I don't get it.
>
> Translation from keyboards to unicode (ie keyboard drivers). Display of
> Unicode. XWindoes has its own support... but do we want to support
> unicode on the console?

Ah, of course. Thanks.

> Filesystem, do they support unicode.

We might need to support UTF-8 <-> wide char translations. Still, I
doubt the kernel needs to understand the interpretation of the non-ASCII
chars to do what's needed for filesystems.
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