[Accessibility] Re: Localized braille (Was: Gnopernicus and ISO-Latin2 characters)

Sébastien Sablé sable at users.sourceforge.net
Fri Aug 26 03:44:57 PDT 2005

Samuel Thibault a écrit :
> We're not only talking about Linux. And the C language has all the
> unicode tools that are needed for the low-level translation library:
> it should accept wchar_t * strings and output unsigned char * strings
> (encoded in ISO/TR 11548-1 coding), or wchar_t * strings using the
> U+2800 unicode row. And iconv (posix XOPEN extension) can be used for
> converting from/to UTF-8 braille table files, there is no _real_ need
> for glib for that.

There is much more to Braille transcription than just encoding 
conversions, but we should probably keep the technical discussions for 
the new mailing-list (what about unibraille at a11y.org ?) in order not to 
pollute other mailing-lists. Who has the ability to create such a list?

Sébastien Sablé

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