Martin Povolny (email@example.com)
Sat, 25 Sep 1999 13:14:21 +0200
I think that the latin-2 support should be made from the root.
I mean this: the latin-2 characters are no different than the english
the only problem is that there are more of them. Therefor they should
require no special treatment.
It should be enough to enlarge data structures and change those places
in all programs thet make diacritics disappear, starting with sending
the right accept-charset header when ht-digging.
I haven't studied the sources enough yet, and I's probably gonna be
more complicated. But eg mysql has complete czech support including such
things like czech sorting (ch is considered a single character which goes
between 'h' and 'i' in the aplhabet) so why not htdig.
The special treatment for latin (probably latin-1) characters Marton Lorand
suggested simply isn't what I mean. It's not enough.
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