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Sat, 02 Sep 2006 02:45:33 +0300
Gnus/5.110004 (No Gnus v0.4) Emacs/22.0.50 (gnu/linux)
> Ah! So here we can see the term "UCS-2BE" as CES. But how
> it was defined? (I don't have Unicode 1.1)
You can buy the specification for 114 Swiss francs ;-)
> It seems that UCS-2BE is not a mis-label of UTF-16BE, then,
> it seems that treating it as a subset (not using surrogate
> pair) of UTF-16BE (as done in iconv) is the right thing.
I have the same understanding.
> I'll try to implement it (and others) in emacs-unicode-2.
Is it reasonable to use the iconv library in Emacs (to not reimplement
> By the way, why do people want such many variants... sigh...
There are still some standards (e.g. in the telecom industry)
that are based on the old encodings. I understood so that UCS-2 is
an obsolete encoding and will be replaced gradually by UTF-16.