[sword-devel] Copyright Scripture distribution

Birger Langkjer sword-devel@crosswire.org
Sat, 11 Dec 1999 21:36:54 +0100

Den lÝr, 11 dec 1999 19:55:08 George Washington Dunlap III skrev:
> On Sat, 11 Dec 1999, Birger Langkjer wrote:
> > Turkish uses latin letters since Kemal Ataturk. I believe it is
> > ISO-8859-1 In other words the problem is not so big here, but Unicode
> > may be usefull for other modules like greek extended, chinese and a
> > host of other non-european languages and multiligual documents, see
> > for example http://members.xoom.com/langkjer/teaching.xml
> Turkish does have some unusual (although internally consistent) letters
> though -- lowercase i's without dots (as well as i's with dots), uppercase
> I's with dots (as well as without dots), s's with cedilles (the little
> tails like you see on some French c's), g's with hats(^).  Are these
> included in ISO-8859-1?

I meant to write ISO-8859-9, not -1. Embarrasing.

Med venlig hilsen/Best regards
Birger Langkjer