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Old 01-25-2005, 08:49 PM   #1
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Multiple and Multibyte Support

PhpDig with multiple and multibyte support is right around the corner, assuming time is available.

Below is a list of encodings that PhpDig should soon support, converting non UTF-8 encodings on the list to UTF-8, and then writing UTF-8 information to the tables and files.

Note that some encodings have multiple names. For example, CP936 is like GB2312, so it is up to you to crosscheck your encodings to see if they are on the list.

Also, when PhpDig with multiple and multibyte support is released, it will initially be an experimental version.

Likely additional requirements are as follows:

- MySQL 4.1.7+ with UTF-8 and ability for SET queries
- PHP 4.3.10+ with mbstring, mbstr-enc-trans, mbregex
- Apache with Linux 2.4.26+ and htaccess file ability
- Understanding of iconv to convert files and tables

cp037   cp856  cp875        iso-8859-4  symbol           windows-1257
cp1006  cp857  gsm0338      iso-8859-5  turkish          windows-1258
cp1026  cp860  iso-8859-1   iso-8859-6  us-ascii         x-mac-ce
cp424   cp861  iso-8859-10  iso-8859-7  us-ascii-quotes  x-mac-cyrillic
cp437   cp862  iso-8859-11  iso-8859-8  windows-1250     x-mac-greek
cp500   cp863  iso-8859-13  iso-8859-9  windows-1251     x-mac-icelandic
cp737   cp864  iso-8859-14  koi8-r      windows-1252     x-mac-roman
cp775   cp865  iso-8859-15  koi8-u      windows-1253     zdingbat
cp850   cp866  iso-8859-16  mazovia     windows-1254
cp852   cp869  iso-8859-2   nextstep    windows-1255
cp855   cp874  iso-8859-3   stdenc      windows-1256

ucs-4      utf-16le      byte2be         euc-tw
ucs-4be    utf-7         byte2le         cp950
ucs-4le    utf7-imap     byte4be         big-5
ucs-2      utf-8         byte4le         euc-kr
ucs-2be    ascii         base64          uhc
ucs-2le    euc-jp        html-entities   iso-2022-kr
utf-32     sjis          7bit
utf-32be   eucjp-win     8bit
utf-32le   sjis-win      euc-cn
utf-16     iso-2022-jp   cp936
utf-16be   jis           hz
Mikolaj Jedrzejak kindly gave permission to incorporate ConvertCharset into PhpDig. The plan is to use this class to convert encodings not handled by PHP itself. Thanks to Mikolaj!

EDIT: PhpDig 1.8.8 RC1 supports multiple and multibyte encodings.
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