[rfc-i] Data point [Re: Fwd:I-D ACTION:draft-hoffman-utf8-rfcs-03.txt]
paul.hoffman at vpnc.org
Tue Oct 7 10:51:59 PDT 2008
At 8:37 AM -0700 10/7/08, Joe Touch wrote:
>OK; that means that Wordpad doesn't generate UTF-8. That was the one
>editor that appeared to support at least some of the cut/paste tests.
>From Brian's test, it supported it fine.
>If that doesn't work, then we don't have a viable UTF-8 editor
>identified for Windows.
There are literally dozens of editors, many of which are free, that handle UTF-8 just fine. So far, Wordpad is the only Windows editor I have found that doesn't let you generate UTF-8 (even though it lets you copy and paste UTF-8 without changing bits on the wire, according to Brian's test).
> > Between the two CR/LF pairs I see something with code point 18; so your
> > method of entry apparently didn't produce the desired result.
>Hmm. I did what the web pages for UTF-8 said:
>(see "how to type in Windows")
>It appears that this is incorrect, but further points to the immaturity
>of this format.
<sarcasm eyes=rolling>Bummer that the IETF made it a full standard years ago, That will teach us.</sarcasm>
--Paul Hoffman, Director
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