|> In <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
|> Garrett Wollman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Not true. The `rune' API was developed by the Plan 9 people by
> intention to be different from (in their view, superior to) the ISO C
> multibyte/wide character API.
But not widely adopted. ISO C is well-maintained so that
it's now superior to rune, I think.
Sorry I'm not sure but rune API is slightly different
between 4.4BSD and Plan9, isn't it? It's not a standard.
Sources of the standard commands are often used as a living
textbook to other programmers. They should be as `good' as
possible, and in my opinion `good' includes `standard-complient'.
> Note the mailing-lists named in the headers of this message.
I know that. Just FYI. Of course it's nonsence if you
think we should go our own alone way.
Minoura Makoto <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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