UTF-8 to 7-bit ASCII and vice versa converter
This package provides conversion in both directions between UTF-8 Unicode and
a variety of 7-bit ASCII equivalents, including HTML numeric character
references, various escapes and hexadecimal. Such ASCII equivalents are useful
when including Unicode text in program source, when debugging, and when
entering text into web programs that can handle the Unicode character set but
are not 8-bit safe.
uni2ascii for Debian
Upstream also includes two python scripts which have been the predecessor of
the two binaries included in uni2ascii as well as a Tcl/Tk frontend called
"u2a". Since those two scripts only provide limited functionality when
compared to the binaries and since the "tablelist" tcl dependency of u2a
currently cannot be met in Debian, they are simply
Fixed a bug that interfered with the use of the Q format in uni2ascii.
Fixed bug in which ascification of U+2502 and U+2503 added double quote to output.
Fixed a bug in which -a S option generated a "Converted so many chars" line for each
character due to leaving in debugging code.
Fixed Debian bug #511527 which caused the count of characters converted
to ASCII by
ascii2uni - convert 7-bit ASCII representations to UTF-8 Uni‐
ascii2uni [options] (<input file name>)
ascii2uni converts various 7-bit ASCII representations to
UTF-8. It reads from the standard input and writes to the
standard output. The repr
uni2ascii - conv
uni2ascii (4.14-3) unstable; urgency=low
+ Added to use source format
2009-08-04 Bill Poser <poser@bill-laptop>
Release of version 4.14.
* uni2ascii.c SetFormat.c:
Add support for:
backslash escapes (\t etc.)
Probably the way to provide the o
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