July 31, 2002
Unicode and WeirdIRC

The #lisp nets have brought in a full haul already today.

Brian Spilsbury's unicode support for cmucl plus dialect dependant symbol translation:

dialect dependent symbol translation

WeirdIRC as a testbed for new McCLIM functionality (text fields in this case):


Posted by jjwiseman at July 31, 2002 10:51 AM

Oh yeah, here we go -- blame it on the Koreans. Unicode is not our fault! We have a lovely alphabet with only 24 letters. Why point the finger at us? ;-)

Posted by: Troutgirl on August 2, 2002 05:51 PM
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