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Date: Wed, 02 Sep 2015 20:28:12 +0200
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: External subsets mode

On 2015-09-02 11:34, Luis Rocha wrote:
>> You probably forgot to bump the declaration "int charset[0x100];" to
>> something larger. But you can't use Unicode characters like that anyway.
>> Have a look at dumb16.conf and/or dumb32.conf for a way to do it: Those two
>> modes work with UTF-16 and UTF-32 internally and has a final conversion
>> from that into UTF-8.
> Thank you magnum.  Will take a look.
> Those dumb16,conf and dumb32.conf have lots of effort putted into it in
> order to split the character ranges ... great work!

Those sections are 100% auto-generated from the Unicode database though, 
I wouldn't type that much manually :-)  The generator perl script was a 
piece of art though, I wonder if I still have it somewhere.

As you may have seen already, there's also repeats16 and repeats32. They 
are similar. If you end up with eg. a working subsets32 external mode, 
please share! That would probably be very useful.


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