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- Subject: Re: Will Lua kernel use Unicode in the future?
- From: Asko Kauppi <askok@...>
- Date: Fri, 30 Dec 2005 03:01:45 +0200
Lua definately is a 21st century language, and all for global access
if anything. :)
But, it's also conservative in the approach to "extensions" as we all
know. I had this UTF-8 issue a while back with LuaX, and there
wasn't much needed to be changed in the core (if any?) to get me
pleased there. Follow the wiki information provided here during the
thread, and look for the Selene package (that's what I used, but the
details are in the dustbin).
I think many of the people are using Lua, with UTF-8, daily without
having major problems, am I right?
firstname.lastname@example.org kirjoitti 30.12.2005 kello 1.30:
IMO, with globalization, languages that don't support Unicode won't
make the cut in the long run.
Too bad - I like Lua.
Seattle, WA USA