Subject: adding CP1251 support in AbiWord - the solution of 0x98 problem. Was: adding CP1251 support in AbiWord
From: Alexander Shopov (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Oct 26 2001 - 12:01:55 CDT
As I promised, I have looked into the problem you are describing.
> > I gather you need the ttftool to support cp1251, that is easy to do, I
> > will get that done in next couple of days, I only need you to tell me
> > what Unicode character represents character 0x98 in cp1251, for
> > some reason it is missing in my i18n maps.
The answer to your question is that this character is not used.
I have two authoritative links on the subject.
The first is the cyrillic soup of Roman Czyborra. Take a look at it:
It has the table of CP1251 to unicode mapping in the link
The other one if Microsoft's MSDN.
It lists the corresponding to cp1251 as Unicode FFFE and the character
itself is unused.
The link is:
If you find your browser crashing, try this one:
MS has created a monster site. I can use it successfully only using both
IE on Windows and Galeon on Linux.
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