Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Creating fonts for Win1250
From: Björn Stenberg (bjorn_at_haxx.se)
Jiri Jurecek wrote:
It is useful, but a bit depressing.
> We propably use page 0 of Unicode - it seems to be Western/Central Europe.
No you use page 1 of Unicode, which unfortunately has no direct mapping to ISO 8859-2 (CP1252). We will have to find (or create) a translation table.
This is what ISO 8859-2 looks like:
And this is what Unicode Page 1 looks like:
I actually couldn't find a table of the CP1250/Win1250 charset, but I believe it is just an extended version of the ISO 8859-2 standard.
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