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SubjectRe: Msdos name alias patch for 2.1.48
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> > The OSTA-UDF(tm) filesystem I'm working on supports compressed Unicode.
> > Basically, the first byte is a flag inidcating how to expand the following
> > bytes:
> > 8 = high byte is 0 and low byte is from data stream
> > 16 = high byte is followed by low byte in the data stream
> > By the ISO standards, this is CS0 or a character set defined by agreement.
>
> Not yet another Unicode encoding format?! What's wrong with
> UTF-8? Not Invented Here?

UTF-8 maps Unicode to a font as Unicode does not specify how a character
appears, but rather Unicode differentiates characters from each other.

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Andrew E. Mileski mailto:aem@netcom.ca

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