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This directory contains binary encoding maps for some selected encodings. If they are placed in a directory listed in @XML::Parser::Expat::Encoding_Path, then they are automatically loaded by the XML::Parser::Expat::load_encoding function as needed. Otherwise you may load what you need directly by explicitly calling this function. These maps were generated by a perl script that comes with the module XML::Encoding, compile_encoding, from XML formatted encoding maps that are distributed with that module. These XML encoding maps were generated in turn with a different script, domap, from mapping information contained on the Unicode version 2.0 CD-ROM. This CD-ROM comes with the Unicode Standard reference manual and can be ordered from the Unicode Consortium at http://www.unicode.org. The identical information is available on the internet at ftp://ftp.unicode.org/Public/MAPPINGS. See the encoding.h header in the Expat sub-directory for a description of the structure of these files. Clark Cooper December 12, 1998 ================================================================ Contributed maps This distribution contains four contributed encodings from MURATA Makoto <firstname.lastname@example.org> that are variations on the encoding commonly called Shift_JIS: x-sjis-cp932.enc x-sjis-jdk117.enc x-sjis-jisx0221.enc x-sjis-unicode.enc (This is the same encoding as the shift_jis.enc that was distributed with this module in version 2.17) Please read his message (Japanese_Encodings.msg) about why these are here and why I've removed the shift_jis.enc encoding. We also have two contributed encodings that are variations of the EUC-JP encoding from Yoshida Masato <email@example.com>: x-euc-jp-jisx0221.enc x-euc-jp-unicode.enc The comments that MURATA Makoto made in his message apply to these encodings too. KangChan Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org> supplied the euc-kr encoding. Clark Cooper December 26, 1998