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SubjectRe: NLS: koi8-u support

On 2001.04.06 22:21:35 +0300 green@linuxhacker.ru wrote:
> Hello!
>
> It was added already. But charset name is koi8-ru for
> some strange reason

Sound good.

koi8-ru extends koi8-u(RFC-2319) only by one Byelorussian letter.
But standartization of koi8-ru is not finished at this moment and these
encodings have different codes for some special symbols (AFAIK).
(See details on http://www.cad.ntu-kpi.kiev.ua/multiling/
and http://www.net.ua/KOI8-U/ )

Maybe it would be better to separate supporting of koi8-u and koi8-ru in
kernel
to avoid problems in future?

> Bye,
> Oleg
> In article <20010406192303.A11680@lena.lviv.ua> you wrote:
> > Please add support of KOI-8 Ukrainian (AKA koi8-u) encoding into
> kernel,
> > because
> > ukrainian users can't read files with ukrainian names from NTFS and SMB
> > disks without it.
>
> > Patch for 2.4.x kernels (2.4.0-test10 - 2.4.3):
> > ==========cut from here================

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Best regards, mailto:lvm_ukr@yahoo.com
Volodymyr M. Lisivka ICQ#14549856

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