Fwd: "International Domain Names" support in KDE

Lars Knoll lars at trolltech.com
Tue Jan 28 11:59:26 GMT 2003

> Lars Knoll wrote:
> >Just FYI: Qt-3.1 (and Qt-3.2 when it comes out) use both the Unicode-3.2
> >tables. The doc was wrong and I fixed this now. The tables are generated
> > by a script from the official reference data, so I hope they are bug free
> > :)
> How does this change methods like:
> 	ushort QChar::unicode () const ?
> Unicode 3.2 supports code points outside the 16-bit range, like the musical
> and mathematical symbols in the U+1Dxxx range.

Sorry, forgot to mention that. Qt is currently still limited to the basic 
multilingual plane (U+0000 to U+FFFF). We will try to get rid of this 
restriction after Qt-3.2, but surely not before.

We have however updated Qts Unicode data to version 3.2 (for the codepoints we 


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