gb to chinese unicodes
Martin v. Loewis
martin at v.loewis.de
Mon Jan 14 19:44:56 EST 2002
David Phoon <david.phoon at retriever.com.au> writes:
> what i want to understand is how the library chinesecn etc gets
If it is properly packaged, you should be able to do "python setup.py
install". Please read the file README.en.
> ie do they come from python2.x distributions? or do you have to install
> them as separate libraries..
They are separate libraries.
> if so would that not mean modifying other files like __init__ to
> cater for the additional libs? ref to the source code below:
> from encodings.chinesecn import euc_gb23122utf, utf2euc_gb2312
There is no need to modify any __init__ file of Python. The codecs in
the package are available under the names chinese.euc_cn and
chinese.gb2312 (see README.en again for details).
That is, after installing them, you should be able to do
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