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#============================================================================ # Enca v1.12 (2009-10-29) guess and convert encoding of text files # Copyright (C) 2000-2003 David Necas (Yeti) <email@example.com> # Copyright (C) 2009 Michal Cihar <firstname.lastname@example.org> #============================================================================ 1. Description Enca (Extremely Naive Charset Analyser) consists of two main components: * libenca, an encoding detection library. It currently supports Belarussian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Russian, Slovak, Slovene, Ukrainian, Chinese, and some multibyte encodings independently on language. The API should be relatively stable (to be read as `it will either change only marginally, or very drastically'). * enca, a command line frontend, integrating libenca and several charset conversion libraries and tools (GNU recode, UNIX98 iconv, perl Unicode::Map, cstocs). 2. Installation Please see INSTALL for system requirements, detailed installation instructions and also for description of optional features that can be selected at ./configure time. For the impatient: Run ./configure make make check make install as usual. 3. License Enca can be copied and/or modified under the terms of version 2 of GNU General Public License. Please see COPYING for details. 4. Web resources Enca can be found at http://gitorious.org/enca/, you can download tarballs from http/dl.cihar.com/enca/. 5. Bugs Report problems at <http://bugs.cihar.com/>. Some known bugs have been collected in BUGS section of enca manual page. 6. Hacking (with) Enca Please see TODO for list of things that should be fixed and features to be implemented and their priority and also for list of things that definitely shouldn't be implemented. The file README.devel describes what needs to be done to add a new encoding or language to Enca. The directory devel-docs/html contains Enca library API documentation in HTML form.