Camomile is a Unicode library for objective caml (a. k. a. OCaml or O'Caml) language. Camomile provides Unicode character type, UTF-8, UTF-16, UTF-32 strings, conversion to/from about 200 encodings, collation and locale-sensitive case mappings, and more. The library is currently designed for Unicode Standard 3.2.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version, with the exception similar to OCaml standard library (see README for details).
2012/01/08 Camomile 0.8.4 is released. This is a bug fix release, which fixes bugs on regular expressions and USet/UMap.
2011/05/24 Camomile 0.8.3 is released. This is a bug-fix release which fixes a bug concerning casefolding and compare_caseless.
Recent release: Camomile 0.8.4
The library is designed for Unicode Standard version 3.2. Normalisers (NFD, NFKD, NFC, NFKC) and collator (string comparison) pass the conformance tests defined Unicode Technical Reports. (see the relevant part of camomile-test.) The collator is also tested to Canadian, Thai and Japanese standards with their locales. There is no problem except handling ø in Canadian standard.
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Peter Jolly provided CP932 conversion table. Kawakami Shigenobu contributed findlib support. Pierre Chambart contributed StringPrep module. Sylvain Le Gall provided dynamic configuration module.
Many people provided bug fixes.
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