[Haskell-cafe] Unicode.hs (was: RE: Re: ANNOUNCE: GHC survey
golubovsky at gmail.com
Thu Jun 30 09:36:25 EDT 2005
Vadim Konovalov wrote:
that file reads:
-- Based on the GHC.Unicode library, Copyright 2005, Dimitry Golubovsky.
-- See GHC's LICENSE file for the full license text.
That said, it is part of GHC?
Clarifying on Unicode stuff in GHC I contributed:
It is in CVS now, and I believe will be in 6.4.1
At least it shows up at:
But this module is just an interface to another module, WCsubst.c:
which in turn was produced from UnicodeData.txt (? I believe this is
correct name of the file from www.unicode.org) by the shell script:
This API handles simple case conversions (Char -> Char), and
categorization of characters according to what is in the
Before (i. e. up to and including 6.4), Unicode stuff was handled
through wc* locale based functions for wide chars conversion. Since
not every installation of Unix (or some other OS) has this set up
properly (mine was not: personal itch), this code was proposed for GHC
and finally made it there.
Hope this explains everything. In fact, Unicode.hs itself is not
completely mine ;)
PS: Autrijus (the guy who develops Pugs) included those files on his
own because 6.4 was just out, and Unicode stuff was not there yet.
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