[nvi-iconv]I need some help on testing/code review
lichray at gmail.com
Sun Oct 2 21:08:43 UTC 2011
I'm seeking some help on getting my GSoC project, nvi-iconv, into FreeBSD
base system. This project adds the multibyte encoding supports to nvi.
Here is it's FreeBSD Wiki page: http://wiki.freebsd.org/ZhihaoSoC2011
The first step is to get some more testing reports. To be more
specific, I need some help on four untested CJK encodings, ja_JP.SJIS,
ko_KR.CP949, zh_TW.Big5, zh_HK.Big5HKSCS, and other non-Unicode, non-CJK
The patches can be downloaded at:
To test the new nvi, you need a src tree >= 9.0b and a base
system built WITH_ICONV=1.
Patch the src tree with (a file needs to be moved with -E):
patch -p0 -E < /path/to/nvi2-freebsd-2011-08-26.diff
And cd to usr.bin/vi under the src tree,
Now you can run the new nvi with ./nvi . If you want to replace the
system vi with this one, make WITH_ICONV=1 install
FreeBSD's libncursesw only recognizes a subset of the locales which
are supported by libc. Which means, not all libc locales work. For
example, LC_CTYPE=zh_CN.GBK won't work; use zh_CN.eucCN instead.
And I need some help on code review. The code is based on nvi-1.79 and
nvi-1.8x (which is used by NetBSD). A committer with some experience on
libiconv is preferred.
Zhihao Yuan, nickname lichray
The best way to predict the future is to invent it.
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