I don't believe GNUmed-current supports this kind of functionality (or even a place in which to store alternate, unaccented values within a single language).
On 2011-11-13, at 1:46 PM, Rogerio Luz Coelho wrote:
Sometimes when you use certain browser/os mix it is quite imopossible to use accents. I am now typing in a android smartphone with no accents. So the ability to find cities without the need to accentuate correctly is a plus.
Em 13/11/2011 04:36, "Busser, Jim" <address@hidden>escreveu:
I am having a look at the sql that you sent to Karsten
In that file, there is a line
INSERT INTO `cep_unico` VALUES (1,'Acrelândia','acrelandia','69945-000','AC'),
(2,'Assis Brasil','assis brasil','69935-000','AC'),
whose purpose seems to assist to search without accents. Is this a common problem when people use computers in Brasil?
Does GNUmed support of UTF-8 help to solve this problem after the data would be imported into Postgres?