Websites providing information on unicode encoding for Indic scripts.
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Official FAQ from the Unicode Consortium discussing ISCII and Unicode as well as common problems faced by developers and users.
Guide to creating weblogs in Indian languages using unicode encoding. By Mahesh Shantaram.
Cham encoding proposal
Draft of the proposal for encoding Cham to ISO. Contains proposed names, and shapes of the characters and other details about the script.
Tips to view electronic content, ie text, mail, news, web pages in Hindi, Konkani, Marathi, Nepali, Sanskrit and other languages using the Devanagari script.
Institute of Software Engineering, Gondia (India) - Contains information about their products Sugam-98 - a software to enter Unicode encoded DevaNagari in Windows 98, and their Devanagari open type font Akhil_HE designed by typographer Akhilesh Gupta. No free product downloads on the site. Contact, licensing details and author biography available.
Sinhala encoding proposal
Draft of the proposal for encoding Sinhala to for ISO ISO/IEC 10646 dated March 1997. Contains proposed names, and shapes of the characters and other details about the script.
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