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Re: Question about Genesis
daemon@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (Mon Sep 28 08:41:02 1998
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Bruce Mitchener)
To: HyunJoon.Park@COMPAQ.com (Park Hyun Joon)
Date: Mon, 28 Sep 1998 08:33:14 -0400 (EDT)
In-Reply-To: <8FF874E07EFFD011AE0A00805F1985351EA4BE@EXCSEL-01> from "Park, Hyun Joon" at Sep 28, 98 00:17:14 am
As has already been posted, this is indeed on the feature list for a
future release of Genesis, however, none of the coding has yet taking place.
As a quick aside, the current stable version of Genesis is 1.1 with the
current development version of Genesis being 1.2, which will maintain
compatibility with 1.1. The primary goal of 1.2 is to improve the quality
of the codebase, primarily through optimization and documentation. While
some new features will debut in 1.2, anything that requires some changes
to the driver/database interface will be in the 1.3 development tree.
I want to see full support for internationalization and localization in
1.3. This is a lot of work however, and work on 1.3 isn't going to begin
for at least another couple of months while things progess with 1.2.
If you are interested in working on support for unicode or localization
features with me, I'd be happy to talk with you, either via email or if
you wre to visit the Cold Dark. I had done some exploratory work to make
all strings be 8 bit clean, that if it were re-done in the 1.2 tree would
simplify the process of adding unicode support to a custom version of
Genesis for now.
> Command is exist only QUIT in MinimalCore.
> And I was modify source in MinimalCore as "QUIT" ---> "Korean Character" (
> 2Byte Character )
> But, Every 2Byte Character is eliminated,
> How Can I use the 2Byte Character ?
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