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libunicode-japanese-perl Perl module for convert japanese encodings
Installed size 920
Maintainer Tatsuki Sugiura <sugi@nemui.org>
Architecture i386
Version 0.23-1
Depends perl (>= 5.8.4-4), perlapi-5.8.4
Suggests pkg-config (>= 0.16.0-1)
File name pool/main/libu/libunicode-japanese-perl/libunicode-japanese-perl_0.23-1_i386.deb
Description Unicode::Japanese is perl module for convert japanese encodings. Features: * The instance stores internal strings in UTF-8. * Supports both XS and Non-XS. Use XS for high performance, or No-XS for ease to use (only by copying Japanese.pm). * Supports conversion between ZENKAKU and HANKAKU. * Safely handles "EMOJI" of the mobile phones (DoCoMo i-mode, ASTEL dot-i and J-PHONE J-Sky) by mapping them on Unicode Private Use Area. * Supports conversion of the same image of EMOJI between different mobile phone's standard mutually. * Considers Shift_JIS(SJIS) as MS-CP932. (Shift_JIS on MS-Windows (MS-SJIS/MS-CP932) differ from generic Shift_JIS encodings.) * On converting Unicode to SJIS (and EUC-JP/JIS), those encodings that cannot be converted to SJIS (except "EMOJI") are escaped in "&#dddd;" format. "EMOJI" on Unicode Private Use Area is going to be '?'. When converting strings from Unicode to SJIS of mobile phones, any characters not up to their standard is going to be '?'

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