Subject: Re: fmt and high bit characters
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List: tech-userlevel
Date: 09/29/2000 15:35:42
>On Thu, Sep 28, 2000 at 11:55:00PM +0900, wrote:
>> 	- for non-western languages how should fmt behave?
>> 	  for example, japanese/chinese/korean text does not have space between
>> 	  chars.
>The recently-released Plan 9 sources include a version of fmt that
>uses Unicode (or is it UTF-8?  I can never remember which is which).
>Worth a look?

	not unless it uses locale library correctly.