My old I18N and L10N Work


Some of the stuff, which I have done it in DONLab, IIT-Madras, in the year of 2000 and 2001. I was adding Indian Language support in GNU/Linux system, both at Kernel and XLib Level. During that time, lot of Encoding (Ext ASCII, ISCII, TSCII, UTF-16, UTF-8, ..) related confusion and efforts  like, Wide Char, UTF-16, UTF-8, ISCII, TSCII,…

Our approach was to build a powerful rendering engine, independent of Encoding. So that, by adding the rendering rules, support for new encoding can be added to this engine. Output language shown in the image, is Tamil

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