Unac

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unac

https://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/unac
Removes accents from strings

'unac' is a C library and command that removes accents from a string. For instance, the string ?t? will become ete. It provides a command line interface that removes accents from standard input or from a string given as an argument. In the library function and the command, the charset of the input is specified as an argument. The input is converted to UTF-16 using iconv(3), accents are stripped, and the result is converted back to the original charset. The iconv -l command on GNU/Linux will show all charsets supported. It currently has Perl, PHP3, and PHP4 interfaces, and is Unicode-3.2 compatible.





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License

GPLv2

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Janet Casey

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3 September 2002




Leaders and contributors

Contact(s)Role
Loic Dachary Maintainer


Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
DeveloperE-mailmailto:unac-devel@mail.freesoftware.fsf.org
Savannah (Ref)https://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/unac
Debian (Ref)https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/unac


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