[Changes for 0.23 - 2007-11-10] * Split .ucm files into several object files, so enc2xs will no longer take absurd amount of memory. Reported by: David Cantrell [Changes for 0.22 - 2007-11-08] * Add Big5-2003, the newest incarnation of Big5 and a Taiwanese national standard (as an appendix to CNS11643). [Changes for 0.21 - 2007-08-22] * Oops, the CCCII map was broken. So sowwy. :-/ Reported by: CPAN Testers. [Changes for 0.20 - 2007-08-21] * LICENSING CHANGE: This compilation and all individual files in it are now under the permissive "MIT" license. See the COPYRIGHT section in README for the new terms. * CCCII: Revised, using table supplied by the Koha Taiwan project. * GB18030: Removed invalid Unicode codepoints. * Build system upgraded from ExtUtils::MakeMaker to Module::Install. [Changes for 0.10 - 2004-11-29] * Probe "enc2xs.bat" by default, in addition to "enc2xs". * Work around heap size problems with Visual C++. [Changes for 0.09 - 2004-11-19] * Added the "big5-1984" encoding, supplied by imacat. * Imported a cleaned-up "cccii" encoding table from http://www.cccii.org.tw/. * t/1-basic.t now tests encoding as well as decoding. * Put under SVK version control; reorganized directories into lib/ and ucm/. * All ucm files now passes ucmlint; large numbers of '|3' were added. [Changes for 0.08 - 2003-05-18] * Previous versions were using too much memory; applied a patch from Dan Kogai to alleviate it. * Correct CMEX's URL and name in the documentations. * Added two Unisys SOSI encodings, courtesy of S-Team inc. [Changes for 0.06 - 2002-06-03] * Added CNS11643-* from UniHan. * Added proper aliases to satisfy Li18nux conformance. [Changes for 0.05 - 2002-04-21] * Made the ucm files round-trip safe. * Added the "big5ext" encoding. [Changes for 0.04 - 2002-04-18] * Updated tests. * Added the "CCCII" encoding from Unihan. * Changed alias scheme to agree with Encode 1.41+. * Got rid of compile/encode.h and use enc2xs instead. [Changes for 0.03 - 2002-03-20] * Include 2-alias.t to manifest. [Changes for 0.02 - 2002-03-20] * First CPAN release.