Speed difference in Gnus
ben at xemacs.org
Fri Oct 21 01:05:55 EDT 2005
Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
>Yes. I think that CCL has four interesting applications that I know
>of: shift-jis, big5, mule-ucs, and fast table-based character sets
>(eg, KOI8). The first two have been in C forever, and the latter two
>are in C in the unicode support now (at least in principle).
>There are also some minor hacks from Aidan and others.
well, i can think of at least one example still, which is the chinese hz
encoding. although now that i look, i see that china-util.el does
indeed implement this, and doesn't use ccl.
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