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Chris B . Vetter
Wed, 23 May 2001 15:10:32 -0700
On Wed, 23 May 2001 23:58:17 +0000
> You wrote:
> > The difference between those two is, libiconv (installed as libgiconv)
> > has support for Unicode.
> Hmmm it seems also iconv:
> 33 charsets are supported in this port: most Unicode encodings,
> all charsets for which locale exist in FreeBSD, few IBM-DOS ones.
> From iconv-extras:
> There are 68 charset modules in this port: those for all charsets
> presented at the Unicode site but not included into the main
> iconv package.
The new ports (cvsup'd yesterday) also have iconv-rfc1345 with 108
charset tables ...
If you check the Makefiles, you will see however, that both, iconv-extra
and iconv-rfc1345, depend on iconv.2 not giconv.2 (as does libxml2).