Recodec — Notes
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Here is Recodec 0.2b, a clone of Free recode meant for prototyping, experimenting, and preparing what Free recode version 4.X will be. You may find a manual for Recodec, including installation instructions, migration plans, and many other things as well, at http://recodec:8000/recodec.html .
I'm currently concentrating on TeX-related matters: that is, exploring what are the differences between TeX, old LaTeX and LaTeX2e, and maybe Bibtex, and increasing the ability to process more characters outside Latin-1. Despite implemented as charsets, TeX-related encodings are neither real charsets nor surfaces deep down, but some kind of fallback to be used in conjunction with other charsets. Fallbacks need much conceptual straightening and implementation research within Recodec: there is a lot of food for thought in this particular area.
This series of snapshots link the TeX (or LaTeX) charset to
Unicode instead of Latin-1. Note that the
still fails, this failure does not need to be reported. See the
ChangeLog in the distribution for further details.