Conversion between character sets and surfaces
The `recode' converts files between character sets and usages.
It recognises or produces nearly 150 different character sets
and is able to transliterate files between almost any pair. When exact
transliteration are not possible, it may get rid of the offending
characters or fall back on approximations. Most RFC 1345 character sets
* README file for `recode' allout -*- outline -*-
Here is version 3.6 for the Free `recode' program and library. Glance
through this `README' file before starting configuration. Make sure
you read files `ABOUT-NLS' and `INSTALL' if you are not familiar with
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Free recode NEWS - User visible changes. -*- outline -*- (allout)
Copyright � 1993-1999, 2000, 2001 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
* Version 3.6 - Fran�ois Pinard, Bruno Haible, 2001-01.
.* General changes
. + The recode manual is now indexed, by charset, by concept, etc.
. + Program messages are also available in Greek, Gallicean and Italian.
. + Bruno Haible's nice portable iconv library has b
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recode - manual page for recode 3.6
recode [OPTION]... [ [CHARSET] | REQUEST [FILE]... ]
Free `recode' converts files between various character sets
If a long option shows an argument as mandatory, then it is
mandatory for the equivalen
2001-01-03 Bruno Haible <email@example.com>
* configure.in: Version 3.6.
* TODO file for GNU recode
Tell `mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org' if you feel like volunteering for any
Authors of Free recode
The following contributions warranted legal paper exchanges with the
Free `recode' has originally been written by Fran�ois Pinard. Other people
contributed to Free reco
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Version 2, June 1991
Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Softw
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