The Unicode Support in the SolarisTM Operating Environment white paper presents information and software features for internationalizing software with Unicode.
This white paper is intended for software developers who are interested in developing internationalized software with Unicode in the SolarisTM operating environment. This white paper is part of a 4-part series on internationalization for Solaris software developers. The four internationalization white papers are:
Asian-Language Support in the SolarisTM Operating Environment
Complex Text Layout Language Support in the SolarisTM Operating Environment
Unicode Support in the SolarisTM Operating Environment
Euro Currency Support in the SolarisTM Operating Environment
Chapter 1 describes Unicode, multilingual computing, and software internationalization.
Chapter 2 provides an overview of the Unicode standard.
Chapter 3 provides information about Unicode in the Solaris Operating Environment.
Chapter 4 addresses the technical concerns of Unicode in an internationalized application.
Appendix A lists the codeset conversions.
The following books are related to software internationalization:
Creating Worldwide Software: Solaris International Developer's Guide Bill Tuthill and David Smallberg.
Internationalization Guide, Version 2: Open Group Guide The Open Group
International Language Environments Guide Solaris Developer Collection.
Programming for the World: A Guide to Internationalization Sandra Martin O'Donnell.
The Unicode Standard, Version 3.0 The Unicode Consortium.
X Windows on the World, Developing Internationalized Software with X, Motif, and CDE Thomas C. McFarland.
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