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Jul 20, 2023
Extra sets of Chinese encodings
Perl 5.7.3 and later ships with an adequate set of Chinese encodings, including the commonly used CP950, CP936 also known as GBK, Big5 alias for Big5-Eten, Big5-HKSCS, EUC-CN, HZ, and ISO-IR-165.
However, the numbers of Chinese encodings are staggering, and a complete coverage will easily increase the size of perl distribution by several megabytes; hence, this CPAN module tries to provide the rest of them.
If you are using perl 5.8 or later, EncodeCN and EncodeTW will automatically load the extra encodings for you, so there’s no need to explicitly write use EncodeHanExtra if you are using one of them already.
Checkout these related ports:
- Wordpress-zh_tw -
- Wordpress-zh_cn -
- Wenju - Collection of writing tools in Chinese
- Ve - NTHU-CS Maple BBS 2.36 BBS-like editor
- Ttfm - Big5/GB enhanced TrueType Font Manager
- Ttf2pt1 - True Type Font to Postscript Type 1 converter with Chinese maps
- Tintin++ -
- Tin -
- Taipeisanstc - Taipei Sans TC
- Sourcehanserif-tc-otf -
- Sourcehanserif-sc-otf -
- Sourcehansans-tc-otf -
- Sourcehansans-sc-otf -
- Scim-tables - SCIM table based Chinese input methods
- Scim-pinyin - SCIM Chinese Smart Pinyin input method