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16.2 Related Readings

NOTE: This documentation section is outdated and needs to be revised.

Eugene H. Dorr (dorre@well.com) maintains an interesting bibliography on internationalization matters, called Internationalization Reference List, which is available as:

     ftp://ftp.ora.com/pub/examples/nutshell/ujip/doc/i18n-books.txt

Michael Gschwind (mike@vlsivie.tuwien.ac.at) maintains a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) list, entitled Programming for Internationalisation. This FAQ discusses writing programs which can handle different language conventions, character sets, etc.; and is applicable to all character set encodings, with particular emphasis on ISO 8859-1. It is regularly published in Usenet groups comp.unix.questions, comp.std.internat, comp.software.international, comp.lang.c, comp.windows.x, comp.std.c, comp.answers and news.answers. The home location of this document is:

     ftp://ftp.vlsivie.tuwien.ac.at/pub/8bit/ISO-programming

Patrick D'Cruze (pdcruze@li.org) wrote a tutorial about NLS matters, and Jochen Hein (Hein@student.tu-clausthal.de) took over the responsibility of maintaining it. It may be found as:

     ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/utils/nls/catalogs/Incoming/...
          ...locale-tutorial-0.8.txt.gz

This site is mirrored in:

     ftp://ftp.ibp.fr/pub/linux/sunsite/

A French version of the same tutorial should be findable at:

     ftp://ftp.ibp.fr/pub/linux/french/docs/

together with French translations of many Linux-related documents.