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a multilingual text processing library - utilities

The m17n library is a multilingual text processing library for the C language. This library has following features:

- The m17n library is an open source software. - The m17n library for any Linux/Unix applications. - The m17n library realizes multilingualization of many aspects of applications. - The m17n library represents multilingual text as an object named M-text. M-text is a string with attributes called text properties, and designed to substitute for string in C. Text properties carry any information required to input, display and edit the text. - The m17n library supports functions to handle M-texts.

m17n is an abbreviation of Multilingualization.

This package contains the utilities which use m17n-lib.

Package version:1.6.1-1


m17n-lib (1.6.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release 1.6.1.
  * Update Standards-Version to Debian Policy 3.8.4. (No changes)
  * debian/source/format: 3.0 (quilt).
  * debian/README.source: deleted.
  * debian/rules: remove all references to patch and dpatch.
  * debian/copyright: update dates.
  * debian/control:
      - Build-depends: remove dpatch.
      - Build-depends: libotf >


2010-04-23  Kenichi Handa  <>

	* Version 1.6.1 released.

2010-04-07  Kenichi Handa  <>

	* (moduledir): New variable.

	* (moduledir): New variable.

	* (moduledir): New variable.

	* (moduledir): New variable.

2010-04-06  Kenichi Handa  <>

	* .cvsignore: Add mkinstalldirs,



This package was debianized by Hidetaka Iwai <> on
Sat, 10 Apr 2004 15:09:57 +0900.

The current Debian maintainer is Harshula Jayasuriya <>.

It was downloaded from:

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Upstream Authors:

    Kenichi Handa <>
    Mikiko Nishikimi <>

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