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Re: We are using ISO-2022-JP *NOW*!
Rick Troth said:
> The point is that MIME supports ISO-2022. You sent it labeled
> as such and we could at least do *something* with what we got. Before
> MIME, there'd be no way to know it was 2022 (except for context).
> If you find in the future that all the non-Japanese nations
> reject 2022 (I'm not saying that will happen, but it's possible),
> then don't get your feelings hurt. You're not the first group to create
> something wonderful that lost-out in the market for "consumer" reasons.
It doesn't matter if all non-Japanese nations reject 2022. As long as it
used in Japan, it is a "useful" character set. If you would like software to
interoperate with Japanese speaking folks, you will need to add support for
-- Mark Keasling
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