The Indic-Computing Handbook is a developers handbook that contains technical information needed by software developers covering the issues involved in Indian language processing.
|Current Status||Under Development|
|Source Tree (en)||doc/trunk/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook|
|Current Snapshot||The Indic-Computing Handbook|
Developing the Handbook requires two major kinds of skill sets:
One of the requirements for the Handbook is that it be capable of documenting languages that do not have standard character encodings or font encodings (for example, indian language scripts not covered by Unicode). The other requirement for the Handbook is that it should be buildable and usable on platforms that lack built-in support for the languages being described.