Hi,

Caleb Clausen wrote:
> Now I'm hardly an expert on any character set but ascii, but I've been 
> watching the recent discussions on m17n with everyone gnashing their 
> teeth over how to make multiple scripts within the ruby interpreter 
> really work smoothly. In the absence of a single character set to rule 
> them all, it occurs to me that maybe something that could help would be 
> the ability to have strings that actually use multiple different 
> encodings in different sections.

I thought this idea too.
And this seems like internal ISO 2022.

But implement this is so complex and will be slow.

Convert strings in different encodings to single large character set:
Emacs-Mule seems better solution.

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NARUSE, Yui  <naruse / airemix.jp>