From: Bob Hilliard <bob@bo...> - 2001-12-10 10:05:42
Aleksey Cheusov <cheusov@...> writes:
> I created monolingual russian dictionary in KOI8-R charset using
> 'dict' don't want to search anything.
> When I replace russian characters with latin ones, all is fine.
> Where is a problem?
dictfmt sorts the index using "sort -df" which produces an ASCII
only, case insensitive sort. You would have to hack the dictfmt
source to make it consider non-ASCII characters.
dictd searches the index files expecting the same sort strategy.
serpento, by Radovan Garabik <garabik@...>, is a
dict server with full unicode support, written in python. It may
solve your problem.
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