On Sat, Nov 29, 2003 at 02:04:22PM +0100, Daniel Egger wrote: > [...] > I'm pretty convinced I tried to express something else. :) UTF-8 is the > way to go and it should work with all languages known, even the Asian > ones. What might break is editing content on systems which have rather > poor support for UTF-8. So given this and the the feedback we've > received > I'd rather enforce UTF-8 encoded source files then go with the "noone > can > remember the numbers anyway" numerical character encoding. Okey.. i misunderstood your opinion of utf-8 - sorry. Well, in that case i'll make to step to utf-8 and let you all if i'm running into trouble.
I'm on adding the swedish language support for scizzo - stay tuned ;) Greetings, -- Roman Joost www: http://www.romanofski.de email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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