You're welcome to test our interface, though the non-Roman script capacity is still fairly primitive: http://yufind.library.yale.edu . You can search in any Unicode script, retrieve records if the script is present, and anything in the MARC 880 fields will display at the bottom of the Record view (but not yet in Result Lists).
BTW, you might be interested in joining this Google Group I set up for discussion of non-Roman scripts in Next-Gen discovery tools: http://groups.google.com/group/nonromanscripts4lib
From: blacklight-development@... [mailto:blacklight-development@...] On Behalf Of Antonio Barrera
Sent: Monday, March 15, 2010 11:11 AM
Subject: [Blacklight-development] Implementers with non-roman script needs
I'm looking for institutions which have or are planning to implement Blacklight and have need to index, search and display non-roman script. I primarily want to have one of our people test your interface and potentially discuss the trial and error that you would have encountered in implantation.
Princeton University Library
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