>>>> "Ben" == Ben Wing <ben(a)666.com>
Ben> but this doesn't prove anything. the question is, where did
Ben> the e-acute come from? if this is from unicode conversion,
Ben> maybe the language list is messed up.
My guess is that it's the language list, but it could be anywhere
because of how screwed up Mule has historically been about handling
I would start by pruning the list of character sets loaded by default.
chinese-sisheng is presumably of mostly historical interest now. Only
linguists and Chinese educators could possibly be interested in it,
and they presumably would prefer to use Unicode or a Chinese character
set that includes hanzi. IPA is another that should go, if it has a
non-Unicode encoding. The CNS coding systems are basically unused.
Really the only languages that should have multiple non-Unicode coding
systems loaded by default are Japanese ("hello, foot, meet my friend
bullet") and Russian (KOI8 is a Cold War relic, I guess, but unlike
ISO 2022 and EUC the ISO standard is basically not accepted in
Ben> stephen, any insights? you're the latin-unity guy.
I didn't know anything about chinese-sisheng; latin-unity has nothing
to do with that. ... Hm, still doesn't, that's not a latin alphabet,
it's a phonetic alphabet for Chinese that happens to include some
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