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{{Application| {{Application|
shortdescription = Character map. | shortdescription = Character map. |
-currentversion = [http://www.nongnu.org/charmap/charmap-0.2.tar.gz 0.2] |+currentversion = [http://www.nongnu.org/charmap/charmap-0.2.tar.gz 0.2] ([http://download.savannah.gnu.org/releases/charmap/charmap-0.3rc1.tar.gz 0.3rc1], unofficial)|
-releasedate = June 7, 2002 |+releasedate = May 31, 2004 (Jan 10, 2007)|
license = GPL2 | license = GPL2 |
-overview = < ... > |+overview = Charmap displays unicode and CJK information about glyphs and lets you input characters that are not on the keyboard.|
-features = < ... > |+features = It uses Unicode.org's Unicode standard data to display a wide range of information on each character, including CJK proununciation, cross-references, Unicode decomposition, and UTF-8 and decimal representations. <i>(From the Website)</i> |
maintainer = Christopher Culver | maintainer = Christopher Culver |
relatedlinks = relatedlinks =
-* http://www.nongnu.org/charmap/ |+* [http://www.nongnu.org/charmap/ Website]
 +* [http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/charmap Savannah project site]|
category = [[Category:Workspace Applications]] category = [[Category:Workspace Applications]]
}} }}

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Charmap.app with unicode inspector
Charmap.app with unicode inspector

Character map.

Current Version: 0.2 (0.3rc1, unofficial)

  • Released: May 31, 2004 (Jan 10, 2007)
  • Licensed: GPL2

Overview

Charmap displays unicode and CJK information about glyphs and lets you input characters that are not on the keyboard.

Features

It uses Unicode.org's Unicode standard data to display a wide range of information on each character, including CJK proununciation, cross-references, Unicode decomposition, and UTF-8 and decimal representations. (From the Website)

Maintainer

Christopher Culver

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