[Rd] Broken Korean Language in New vesrion of R 2.0.1 (PR#7411)
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Fri Dec 10 09:07:30 CET 2004
There is no intention that either 2-byte or 3-byte encodings work, and
nowhere was it documented that they did. So it would *not* be a bug for
something undocumented to stop working, but then neither was it
We do need a more detailed bug report (and the FAQ asks for one, the first
time). If perchance you are referring to the fact that print() now
interprets some characters in octal, this is a bug in some versions of
Windows and has been worked around in the current R-patched available from
CRAN. Please try that before responding.
Otherwise we will need you to debug this using the sources and provide a
patch against the current R-patched sources, as none of the R developers
have a Korean-language version of Windows.
On Fri, 10 Dec 2004 poisson at dreamwiz.com wrote:
> Full_Name: Yoon Dong Lee
> Version: R 2.0.1
> OS: Windows
That's a group of operating systems. Please be more specific.
> Submission from: (NULL) (22.214.171.124)
> Dear the manager;
You have written to the R developers, a group of unpaid volunteers.
> Recently, I found a small but big new bug in R 2.0.1.
> Korean Language is shown as broken in R Gui terminal.
> R 1.9.1 had not the problem, but R 2.0.1 makes the
> problem. Korean is one of 2-byte character system,
> and is supported in Unicode (of 3 byte). I don't know
> why new version of R makes new problem.
> Please fix this bug for all Korean using population, more
> than 1/60 of the world population.
> If you need more detail report, please ask to me via e-mail.
> If you let me know your address, I can send the pictures
> illustrating the bug.
> Sincerely yours.
> R-devel at stat.math.ethz.ch mailing list
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