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Mule-UCS Manual

Mule-UCS is a character code translator. It provides functions to translate from any character set to any other, and construct new coding systems easily. It requires the MUltiLingual extensions to Emacs (MULE), including extended CCL facilities. These functions are provided by XEmacs (versions 21.2.36 and later), GNU Emacs (versions 20.3 and later), Emacs patched to use Mule 3.0, and Meadow.

Mule-UCS was designed and implemented by Miyashita Hisashi (HIMI) himi@bird.scphys.kyoto-u.ac.jp

This is version $Revision: 1.4 $ of the Mule-UCS manual, last updated on 25 January 2002. It documents the XEmacs package distribution of Mule-UCS. It should be applicable to other versions of Mule-UCS with slight changes. Please report errors and variations among platforms to Stephen Turnbull, for incorporation in future versions of this manual.

The latest release of Mule-UCS is available for download, or you may see 3. Obtaining Mule-UCS. for more details, including the CVS server details.

Mule-UCS is discussed on the mailing lists for Mule at `m17n.org'.

1. Mule-UCS Copying conditions  
2. An overview of Mule-UCS  What Mule-UCS can and cannot do.
For the end user:
3. Obtaining Mule-UCS.  How to obtain Mule-UCS.
4. History of Mule-UCS  
5. Installing Mule-UCS into Emacs or XEmacs  Installing Mule-UCS with your (X)Emacs.
6. Configuring Mule-UCS for use  
7. Design goal  How it works.
For the developer:

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